Christopher Urban

Christopher Urban

Personal Injury and Criminal Defense Attorney, Macomb Law Group, Metro Detroit, Michigan

Christopher Urban graduated Summa Cum Laude from Oakland University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. He subsequently attended Wayne State University Law School on a Full-Tuition Dean’s Scholarship. He was elected Vice Chairman of the Wayne State Law Mock Trial Program his third year. Additionally, Mr. Urban worked at the Legal Advocacy for People with Cancer Clinic, providing free legal services for patients at Karmanos Cancer Center. Upon his graduation in 2016, he immediately began working in the courtroom to advocate for his clients.


Mr. Urban brings a wealth of personal injury and criminal law experience to the firm. Apart from previously working at the largest personal injury law firm in the state, Mr. Urban also spent three years as a criminal defense attorney. He has achieved multiple “Not Guilty” jury trial verdicts for his clients, as well as earning many dismissals based on written and oral arguments. Mr. Urban has appeared in every courthouse in Oakland, Wayne, and Macomb Counties, which has allowed him to form relationships with fellow attorneys and court staff. Mr. Urban is known for the personal connections he makes with his clients, insuring they feel heard and respected. When he isn’t in the courtroom, Mr. Urban enjoys golfing and boating. He is also a big Michigan State Fan, so feel free to give him a “Go Green!”.


Christopher Urban, Personal Injury and Criminal Defense Attorney

Education and Writing Credits

• Harvard Law School- Intensive Summer Session Curriculum in DUI Defense Law
• CDAM Trial College Intensive: Examinations
• NHTSA Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement
• NHTSA Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Certification
• Sexual Victimization: Then and Now. ISBN 978-1483308173

 

 

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