Craig Mitnick

Mitnick Law Office
35 Kings Hwy E, Suite 206
Haddonfield, NJ 8033
(856) 427-9000
www.mitnicklawoffice.com


Craig R. Mitnick Managing Member| Mitnick Law Office. Craig R. Mitnick is a distinguished personal injury and criminal litigator based in Southern New Jersey. As the founder and managing partner of the of the firm he is best known for his work representing 1,200 retired NFL players who were subjected to traumatic brain injury and filed suit against the National Football league for concussion related injuries. With over three decades of experience, Mr. Mitnick has been recognized by organizations such as the National Trial Lawyers top 100; Top 100 High Stake Litigators; Top Attorneys in America and Distinguished Justice Advocates. He is also a chosen member of the Million Dollar Advocate Forum and Mitnick has been named a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Mitnick is considered one the nation’s leading authorities in the fields of civil and criminal complex litigation. Mr. Mitnick’s decision to pursue a career in law was inspired by his late father, who was also an accomplished attorney. After earning his B.B.A. in finance from Emory University, he enrolled at the George Washington University School of Law. Looking back, he recalls the experience fondly: I always found the law to be a very intriguing profession and my father was a very compassionate, well, respected attorney. Money was never the primary goal. It was justice for my Dad that motivated him and that led me to law school. After earning his Juris Doctor, Mr. Mitnick joined the public sector, working as an Assistant Prosecutor in two separate counties in the state of New Jersey. He also acted as a certified instructor of law and procedure at two countywide police academies. This experience allowed Mr. Mitnick to hone his skills as he prepared to open his own practice. Mitnick founded the Mitnick Law Office, LLC in 1991 with a focus on civil and criminal litigation as well as trial preparation. For the past three decades, Mitnick has focused on on serious injury claims, mass tort actions, class action suits, complex criminal litigation and right of privacy violations. Throughout his career, Mr. Mitnick has received much recognition for his contributions to the legal profession and his accomplishments in the courtroom. Additionally, Mr. Mitnick was a contracted legal analyst for the Fox News Channel, Fox News syndicated television, Fox News Radio, and CBS. As a leader in his field, Mr. Mitnick is sought after by numerous high-profile clients, including the 1,200 retired NFL players he represents who were subjected to Concussion related injuries. Working diligently to ensure that each player receives the benefits and financial compensation that they are entitled to, Mr. Mitnick closely follows research surrounding head injuries and related matters. Mitnick noted: I’ve been concentrating on the action against the National Football League to ensure retired players receive the compensation they deserve and are rightfully entitled to.' Beyond his work in personal injury and criminal litigation, Mr. Mitnick has also developed an interest in privacy violations. He believes our rights to privacy are being eroded given the exponential use of technology and the lagging restrictions. As such, he strives to advocate for the protection of privacy rights afforded by the constitution. After three decades dedicated to law, Mr. Mitnick shows no signs of slowing down. Looking to the future, he plans to continue fighting on behalf of his clients as he maintains the distinction of being one of the most sought after civil and criminal litigators in New Jersey and the Tri-state Philadelphia area. Detailed Career Information include his legal education at the George Washington School of Law, J.D. (1987) and his undergraduate education at Emory University, B.B.A. (1984) in Atlanta, Georgia. Admissions include New Jersey Supreme Court; Supreme Court of Pennsylvania; U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey; U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.