After graduating from UCLA in 1967, Mr. Feenberg attended the University of San Diego School of Law, where he received his JD. Mr. Feenberg is a past President of the California Applicants' Attorneys Association, is a member of the California Bar, the San Fernando Valley Bar and the Los Angeles County Bar Associations. In addition, Mr. Feenberg is a Certified Specialist in Workers' Compensation by the State Bar of California. In 2004, he was the recipient of the Eugene Marias Lifetime Achievement Award, given by the California Applicants' Attorneys Association and was inducted as a Fellow in The American Bar Association's Workers' Compensation Section for 2010. He lectured for eight years at the USC School of Law in workers' compensation and since 1999, has been a lecturer on workers' compensation at the UCLA School of Law in association with the California Applicants' Attorneys Association. He serves as arbitrator for the California Workers' Compensation Appeals Board.
Taught workers compensation law at USC Law School 1990-1998.
Taught workers compensation law at UCLA Law School and Southwestern Law School in association with the California Applicants Attorneys Association.
Arbitrator-California Workers Compensation Appeals Board Specialist in Workers Compensation as certified by State of California.
Specializing in Workers Compensation with current emphasis on athletes and retired National Football League players.
Former President and Legislative Chairman of California Applicants Attorneys Association.
Recipient of Lifetime Achievement Award given in 2004 by California Applicant Attorneys Association.
Member of Board of Directors of California Applicants Attorney Association since 1985.
Member of California, Los Angeles, San Fernando and Beverly Hills Bar Associations