Michael J. Crocenzi was born in Reading, Pennsylvania. He was admitted to the bar in 1992. Mike is admitted to all Pennsylvania courts, the District Court for the Middle and Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Mike received a degree (with distinction) in Foreign Service and International Relations from the Pennsylvania State University in 1988. He received his law degree from The Dickinson School of Law in 1992. While at Dickinson, Mike was selected to be part of the Woolsack Honor Society based on academic performance. He was also an associate editor of the Dickinson Law Review and authored an article regarding the employer sanctions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act, which was published in the Dickinson Law Review in 1992.
Mike was elected as a supervisor in Fairview Township, York County and served a six-year term during which he was chairman for two years. He is the solicitor for the Upper Paxton Township Zoning Hearing Board. He attends Christian Life Assembly in Camp Hill. Mike, his wife Jamie, and their four children reside in Newberry Township, York County.
Mike is a member of the Christian Legal Society, the employment and workers’ compensation sections of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and Dauphin County Bar Association, and the Pennsylvania Self-Insured Association. He practices in the areas of Employment Law and Workers’ Compensation.
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