Michael Gan is an associate attorney with Lieberman & Blecher with a focus on business transactions, environmental law, and energy law. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Gan served as a law clerk to the Honorable Anne McDonnell, P.J. Ch. in Vicinage XV (Gloucester, Cumberland, and Salem County). As a law clerk, he worked on probate matters, foreclosures, general equity cases, environmental cases, and Mt. Laurel litigation. Mr. Gan also previously interned at the Vermont Office of Attorney General, Environmental Protection Division. As an intern, he worked on agricultural water quality enforcement and Act 250 land permitting appeals.
Mr. Gan graduated from Vermont Law School magna cum laude with a focus on Environmental and Energy Law and a Masters in Environmental Law and Policy. While attending law school, he was co-chair of the Environmental Law Society, Treasurer of the Student Bar Association, and Business Manager of Vermont Law Review. As a Dean's Fellow, Mr. Gan taught Legal Writing I to first year students. Mr. Gan was the recipient of the American Law Institute CLE Scholarship & Leadership Award and Academic Excellence Award in Corporations.
Mr. Gan graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Madison with a Bachelors of Science in Economics, French, and Environmental Studies and with a certificate in Business Studies. Mr. Gan is a member of the New Jersey State Bar.