Andrew Polenberg earned his bachelor’s degree in History at Florida Atlantic University in 2012 before attending Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law School. Mr. Polenberg received his Juris Doctor from Nova in 2015, graduating magna cum laude and with distinctions for performing 125 pro bono hours. Mr. Polenberg was a member of the Nova Law Review, advanced to the rank of Articles Editor, and received the Goodwin Editor Award for exemplary skills in group leadership, mentorship, and overall editorial skills.
While in law school, Mr. Polenberg interned for Judge John Fry of the 17th Judicial Circuit and interned for the Honorable Judge Patrick M. Hunt, federal magistrate judge for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Mr. Polenberg also participated in Nova’s Bankruptcy Clinic assisting low-income individuals in filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases.
After being admitted to the Florida Bar in 2015, Mr. Polenberg began working at his father’s law firm, Polenberg Cooper PLLC, where he handled commercial litigation matters. In 2017, Polenberg Cooper PLLC merged into Becker & Poliakoff and Mr. Polenberg continued his practice in the area of commercial litigation at Becker. Mr. Polenberg now focuses his practice in the areas of Probate and Trust litigation.