Mike Wilensky was born and raised in the Sandy Springs/Dunwoody area. A product of our public school system, he graduated from North Springs High School, where he played basketball and ran cross-country. He is the husband to a beautiful wife of eight years and the father of two wonderful girls. Mike not only lives in Dunwoody, but he is a Dunwoody small business owner of his law practice.
PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIPS
- City of Dunwoody Sustainability Committee
- Dunwoody Farmers Market Committee
- Ashford Chase (Dunwoody) HOA President
- Dunwoody Perimeter Chamber
- Rotary Club of Dunwoody
- The Posse Foundation Leadership Committee
- President of Brotherhood at Congregration B’nai Torah
- Georgia Trial Lawyers Association Legislative Committee
- Arbitrator for the State Bar of Georgia Fee Arbitration Program
- Anti-Defamation League Southeast Region Board Member and Civil Rights Committee Member
Mike is an experienced leader with the heart of a public servant. After graduating cum laude from the University of Georgia, he earned his J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law. While in law school, a passion to protect and advocate for others developed. There he served as a federal law clerk to United States District Court Judge Richard D. Bennett, worked a full year with the Baltimore Public Defender felony division, and handled an appeal in the Maryland Court of Special Appeals under the Third Year Law Student Act. Mike continues his pursuit of justice on behalf of Georgia citizens who have suffered the wrongful death of a loved one or life-changing injuries, and his courtroom experience fulfills his desire to ensure all Georgians receive equal protection under the law.
As an advocate for his clients, Mike has been recognized among Georgia Trend’s “Legal Elite” four years in a row and has received the highest rating available by Martindale-Hubbell. In 2017, Mike was selected to become a member of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 for civil plaintiff attorneys and was recognized by the American Society of Legal Advocates with the award of 2017 Georgia Top 40 Litigation Lawyer Under 40 in the State of Georgia.
Civic engagement keeps Mike grounded and in touch with the common sense values that make Dunwoody a great place to live and raise a family. In addition to HOA president and his service to the City of Dunwoody, Mike also serves as the president of the Brotherhood of Congregation B’nai Torah, a social, athletic, and civic organization that promotes family and community spirit within the synagogue.
Mike has been endorsed by Gov. Roy Barnes, former Sen. Jason Carter, Sen. Elena Parent, Sen. Jen Jordan, Rep. Mary Margaret Oliver, Rep. Derrick Jackson, Rep. Demetrius Douglas, Rep. Sam Park, Rep. Teri Anulewicz, as well as Jon Ossoff.