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Frederick Strong


Biography Overview

Frederick Strong is an accomplished attorney specializing in Complex Litigation at Morgan & Morgan, with a rich background in both engineering and law. He began his legal journey after graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Northeastern University in 2002. Prior to entering law, he spent nearly a decade as a hardware design engineer in technology startups. He then pursued and obtained his law degree from the University of New Hampshire Law School in 2008.

At Morgan & Morgan, Frederick has been instrumental in handling a variety of high-profile litigations and arbitrations spanning diverse legal areas. These include cases involving municipal contracts, public corruption, patents, data breaches, product liability, FDA generic pharmaceutical applications, telecommunications, antitrust, finance, and insurance. His broad experience has equipped him with a deep understanding of complex legal issues, enabling him to provide strategic guidance and top-tier representation to clients facing intricate litigation challenges.

Outside of his legal work, Frederick remains committed to professional growth, keeping up-to-date with the latest trends and advancements in the legal field. His unique blend of engineering and legal expertise makes him an invaluable member of the Complex Litigation group, where he utilizes his technical skills and legal knowledge to deliver effective solutions and vigorous advocacy on behalf of his clients.

Practice Areas


  • Northeastern University 
  • University of New Hampshire Law School


  • New Hampshire Bar Association

Bar Admission

Bar Admission
  • Connecticut
  • New Hampshire
  • Federal District Court of New Hampshire