Dvoren graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA in philosophy from the University of California, Los Angeles. He went on to earn a Doctor of Law from Arizona State University where he was a Pedrick Scholar and CALI Award Recipient. Dvoren externed in the civil division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Arizona and counseled start-up companies as part of Arizona State University’s Technology Venture Services Group. 
Before getting into law, Michael was a TV producer in Los Angeles, California. Dvoren spent four months as a summer associate at Bryan Cave before returning and becoming an associate attorney with a focus on commercial litigation and bankruptcy law. He then jumped ship to Weiss & Moy, P.C. where he became a partner in intellectual property law with a specific focus on trademark and copyright prosecution, intellectual property litigation, pre-litigation enforcement, and pre-litigation licensing and other work outs.
Dvoren then got a job at Jaburg Wilk where he served as an intellectual property attorney. A little over three years later he was promoted to partner. He is highly skilled in litigation, trademark infringement and enforcement, copyright infringement and enforcement, internet law, defamation, arbitration, trademark filing and prosecution, copyright registration, and legal research.