Craig Mitnick received his BBA in finance from Emory University (Atlanta, Georgia) and subsequently received his Juris Doctor from the George Washington University School of Law (Washington DC).
Mitnick began his career as an Assistant Prosecutor in two separate counties in the state of New Jersey. During the same time period, he also acted as a certified instructor of law and procedure at two countywide police academies. After leaving the public sector, Mitnick entered the private practice of law and created Mitnick Law Office in 1995. The firm specializes in litigation and trial related matters.
Mitnick counsels clients in criminal matters, complex litigation matters, as well as mass tort Class actions. He is highly skilled in resolving difficult litigation matters having tried dozens of cases in federal and state courtrooms.
Practice areas include:
Traumatic Brain Injury
Serious Injury matters
Civil Rights Violations
Nursing Home Abuse
Given Mitnick's success as a trial attorney he was contracted by Fox News Channel and multiple Fox affiliate station groups, including New York and Philadelphia, to provide on-air legal commentary and analysis. Mitnick discussed such matters as Supreme Court decisions, Presidential addresses, class action lawsuits, trial strategy and a large spectrum of other legal matters.
Mitnick specializes in state and federal litigation. He currently represents over 1000 retired NFL players who have each filed suit against the National Football League for brain related injuries.
Mitnick is associated with the Association of Trial Attorneys of America and has been given a "Distinguished" rating by Martindale-Hubbell, the Nation's leading authority on attorneys.