Professorial Lecturer in Law
Micah Salb has more than twenty-five years of litigation experience, primarily representing employees in employment discrimination cases, assisting faculty in higher education matters nation-wide, and litigating cases involving breach of fiduciary duties. He has extensive courtroom and appellate experience, having litigated hundreds of complex cases, brought about two dozen cases to trial, and handled nearly thirty cases in the courts of appeals. Mr. Salb focuses on cases
having meaningful social importance.
Mr. Salb also has extensive practice serving clients in Estate Planning and Business Law matters, providing both foundational planning for middle-class families and sophisticated tax-planning and wealth transfer strategies for high net worth families.
Mr. Salb has a career-long commitment to pro bono service, providing legal services and funding for underserved needs. He is active in service to the Bar, having served as Co-Chair of the Steering Committee of the DC Bar’s Section on Labor and Employment Law and on the Board of the Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association.He served from 2017 through 2020 on the DC Court of Appeals’ Committee on Admissions.
Mr. Salb earned his BA from the University of Connecticut in 1991 and his JD from Emory University School of Law in 1994, where he served as Articles Editor of the Bankruptcy Developments Journal and received the school’s 1994 Dean’s Public Service Award. He is AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell and is included in the Maryland Super Lawyers list.
Mr. Salb and his husband have lived in the District for twenty-five years. They live with one daughter, two cats, and thousands of honeybees.