Drew P. Von Bargen, II is an associate attorney at Soloff & Zervanos, P.C.
Mr. Von Bargen graduated magna cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law in 2014. As a law student, he was selected to participate in the Geoffrey Fieger Trial Practice Institute (TPI), a nationally renowned two-year litigation program. Within that program, Mr. Von Bargen was selected as the Walter E. Oberer Scholar, a distinction awarded to the student who exhibits the most skill in trial advocacy. During his law school tenure, Mr. Von Bargen also earned several other academic accolades, including: multiple merit-based scholarships; selection as a top appellate oralist in the first year advocacy competition; Dean's List for three consecutive years; and four Jurisprudence Awards in Torts, Pre-Trial II, Products Liability, and Medical Malpractice Litigation for supreme academic achievement in those courses (awarded to only one student per course).
During law school, Mr. Von Bargen served as the Managing Editor of the Michigan State University Journal of Medicine and Law and also held a position on the Executive Board for the National Conference of Law Reviews. Additionally, Mr. Von Bargen has been published on the topic of crime victim representation, having authored "Nittany Lions, Clergy, and Scouts, Oh My! Harmonizing the Interplay Between Memory Repression and Statutes of Limitation in Child Sexual Abuse Litigation." 18 Mich. St. U. J. Med. & L. 51 (2014).
Prior to being hired as an associate attorney at Soloff & Zervanos, P.C. in 2014, Mr. Von Bargen worked for the firm as a law clerk each summer during law school and served as a student law clerk for the Honorable William E. Collette, Chief Judge of the Ingham County Circuit Court in Michigan.
Mr. Von Bargen graduated magna cum laude from Monmouth University in 2011. During his undergraduate studies, he was an NCAA Division I scholar-athlete.