Morton J. Simon, Jr.

Of Counsel

Morton J. Simon, Jr., known to all as "Mickey," serves as senior counsel in the Business Department of Montgomery McCracken. His practice focuses on real estate and general business law, representing various types of business entities, individuals, and nonprofit organizations in real estate and business transactions and general matters.

Prior to joining Montgomery McCracken, Mickey was a member of Abrahams, Loewenstein & Bushman, P.C. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Mickey received a J.D. degree from Harvard University in 1969. He graduated with a B.A., magna cum laude, from Brown University in 1966 where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and earned highest honors in American Civilization.

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Community Involvement

Mickey participates in numerous charitable, civic, and political organizations. He is the president of the American Jewish Committee (AJC) Philadelphia/Southern New Jersey Regional Office and is a member of the Council of the Jewish Community Council of Philadelphia. He is an honorary trustee of Congregation Rodeph Shalom. Mickey has been a member of the Board of Commissioners of Cheltenham Township, Montgomery County, since 2001 and was recently elected president in January 2016. He is the Democratic committeeperson in his district and was Cheltenham Democrat of the Year in 2007. Prior to his election he was Vice Chair of the Township’s Economic Development Task Force and the School District Foundation. An avid musician, for many years he has played the trumpet in the Abington Symphony Orchestra; and as commissioner, he serves on the Cheltenham Township Concerts in the Park committee, which he started.


Law School

  • Harvard Law School

Undergraduate School

  • Brown University