Samuel B. Friedman joined the firm as an associate in May 2019, and has a practice focused on all aspects of business litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Friedman was an Assistant State Attorney with the Fourth Judicial Circuit in Jacksonville, and part of State Attorney Melissa Nelson’s inaugural class. While there, he handled felony cases ranging from drug possession to armed robberies, and tried numerous cases to judge and jury verdict. Mr. Friedman served as the third chair for the prosecution in the high profile second degree murder trial of State v. Michael Haim.
Mr. Friedman went to the University of South Carolina, School of Law, where he graduated cum laude. He was a Production Editor for the ABA Real Property, Trust, and Estate Law Journal. He booked two classes, Criminal Law, and Energy Law.
While not in the office, Mr. Friedman loves working out, enjoying a nice day at the beach, improving his golf game, and cheering on his Baltimore Orioles, Baltimore Ravens, Maryland Terrapins, and South Carolina Gamecocks.
Bar and Court Admissions
- The Florida Bar, 2017
- University of South Carolina College of Law, J.D.Cum Laude;
- Order of the Wig and Robe; Pi Delta Phi
- CALI (book) awards in Criminal Law, and Energy Law
- University of Maryland, B.A. in Criminology/Criminal Justice