A member of the State Bar of Michigan since 2003, Negri’s practice specializes in transactional law, wills & trusts and small business needs. He is a member of the Estate Planning & Probate section, and is a co-founder of the Religious Liberty Law section of the Bar.
Negri is the Associate Director of the Patients Rights Council, based in Steubenville, OH. He is also the founder and Executive Director of The Daniel Coalition, based in Whitmore Lake, MI.
Negri has written articles which have appeared in Faith magazine, Crisismagazine.com, and Columbia, the monthly magazine of the Knights of Columbus. He co-authored the booklet Freedom to Flourish: A Catholic Analysis of Doctor-Prescribed Suicide and Euthanasia, published in 2011 by the Knights of Columbus as part of their Veritas series. He also authored the booklet Twenty Answers on End-of-Life Issues, published in 2014 by Catholic Answers, Inc.
Negri has taught courses in Business Law and Education Law as an adjunct professor at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, MI He has also taught both Civics and Intro to Law on the high school level.
He speaks nationally on the practical and ethical aspects of end-of-life issues, and has provided workshops and training to those seeking to improve their ability to effectively communicate these issues.
Negri has been interviewed by Michigan radio personality Al Kresta on his show “The Things That Matter Most”, and by Bob Gilligan on “The Catholic Conference Radio Hour” in Chicago.
Negri is also admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court. He has served on the boards of two different charter public schools in Southeast Michigan, and is the elected Treasurer of Hamburg Township in Michigan, where he resides with his wife Samantha and their children.