Michael D. Mirne was born in New Jersey in 1970. He graduated from Ocean Township High School in 1989 and he earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Syracuse University in 1993. Since then, Mr. Mirne has spent his entire professional career immersed in the real estate industry. In 1995, Mr. Mirne graduated from the Weichert School of real estate and he quickly built a thriving business as a property manager. When some of his property management portfolio was lost to condominium conversions, he dissolved his business and became a full time student at Seton Hall University School of Law. In 2001, Mr. Mirne opened his law practice, focusing on representation of landlords and property owners. He is currently licensed to practice in all New Jersey State Courts, as well as Federal Courts, including the United States Supreme Court.
Due to the strength of the firm’s tax appeal practice, Mr. Mirne decided to undergo special training in the field of Tax Assessing, and in 2009, Mr. Mirne became a Certified Tax Assessor. In addition to Mr. Mirne’s expertise in Tax Appeals, he is also considered to be one of New Jersey’s foremost authorities on Landlord Tenant Law. Mr. Mirne is a frequent lecturer on the topic of evictions for the New Jersey State Bar Association. He is currently co-chairman of the Monmouth County Bar Association’s Special Civil Part Committee and he has also served as a member of the New Jersey Supreme Court’s Special Civil Part Rules Committee.