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Marc Angelucci, Esq.

national coalition for menMarc E. Angelucci is a practicing attorney who has taken on high profile cases involving paternity fraud and male victims of domestic violence in CaliforniaHe graduated phi beta kappa from U.C Berkeley in 1996 with a B.A. in Philosophy and received a J.D. from UCLA School of Law in 2000 where he received several public interest awards and founded two student bar associations.

He joined NCFM as a law student in 1997 after seeing his friend physically abused for years by his wife and then denied domestic violence services because he is male. In 2001 he formed the L.A. chapter of NCFM and served as its president until 2008, during which time NCFM-LA became an active chapter that organized rallies, filed lawsuits and received significant media attention.

Angelucci has worked as a family law attorney for the Men’s Legal Center in San Diego. He also has experience in mental health law, poverty law, appellate advocacy and construction litigation.

In 2008 he won a landmark appellate case against the State of California (Woods v. Horton) which held it is unconstitutional to exclude male victims of domestic violence from state funding for victim services. He also helped draft and enact legislation to stop paternity fraud, served on the California DCSS Paternity Committee, served on the Training Committee of the L.A. County Domestic Violence Council, and testified before the California Senate and Assembly Judiciary committees.The Southern Poverty Law Center invited him to be an Honoree on their Wall of Tolerance, co-sponsored by Rosa Parks and Morris Dees.

He has appeared on the Dr. Phil Show, Phil Donahue, John and Ken and other radio and media, has been quoted numerous times in the the Daily Journal and other newspapers and has published op-eds in the L.A. Times and elsewhere on men’s issues.

18 Responses to Marc Angelucci, Esq.

  1. Annie on February 27, 2019 at 5:04 AM

    What a bunch of snowflakes. Why don’t you fight for ERA or equal pay as well? Because, awwww poor men, they get the shaft every time, right?

    Oh, and you DIDN’T WIN with your bs case, so.. byeeee

    • NCFM on February 27, 2019 at 10:21 AM

      Annie,

      Well, if you spend a bit more time learning about us rather than defaming snow you will find that for the past 40 years we have been huge supporters of equal rights and equal pay for equal work; and, we still are. Some of us, including me, believe strongly that the first ERA should have been approved by the states and ratified by Congress. Had that happened I would not have to waste time typing about inclement weather and ridiculous assumptions from people who have no idea what they are talking about. And, we did win. You should read the court decision. The judge clearly ruled the MSSS system is unconstitutional. Just in case you are somehow implying that because the court did not stop the MSSS with an injuctive relief order does not make the system constitutionally viable. To be more clear, we, NCFM have absolutely no position on whether the MSSS system should continue or be shut down. Not our issue. Not our concern. In case of armed conflicts our government will figure out other ways to put our citizens in harms way. You, like many others, miss the point. Frankly, I’m tired of explaining it (them). So, if you are interested in doing more than goading us because of your ignorance, we suggest you do your homework, learn the truth and comment based on facts rather than emotional drivel.

    • Jerry on March 4, 2019 at 9:43 PM

      Wow, you sound like a real idiot! And we DID win the case, I guess you’re too stupid to read it.

  2. […] Marc Angelucci, the named attorney representing plaintiff in the case and attorney for National Coalition for Men, a nonprofit men’s rights organization; he is also an adjunct professor of business at Pasadena City College  […]

    • Matthew Feehan on February 26, 2019 at 12:28 PM

      Congrats on your win Mr. Angelucci! I look forward to the Commission’s response.

  3. […] Marc Angelucci, NCFM’s lawyer, told PJ Media he does not know whether or not the Selective Service will appeal. “I don’t think they’ll win an appeal,” he said. […]

  4. Dick Morris on February 24, 2019 at 7:38 AM

    Great win, just now, Marc!

  5. Martin Boer on October 5, 2018 at 11:03 AM

    hey just wondering if you have anything in canada like the cafe group in collages that are now in canada and the light house projects helping men with false accusations but do you know any soild mens rights lawyers that would help me with my family court case in canada vancouver bc area my child moved 900km away to nelson bc where they denie services till i forced child protectoon services to do there job what groups are there to help and im a vetted indviudal

    • NCFM on October 5, 2018 at 11:44 AM

      Hi Martin,

      No, we can’t help you with the lawyer referral. However, CAFE does excellent work and if anyone would know of someone who may be able to help you it should be CAFE. We are not familiar with the Light House Projects.

    • edward docherty on January 26, 2019 at 6:10 AM

      Dear Mr. Angelucci,

      I am a 73 year old ex-draftee with five granddaughters. My last name is Docherty pronounced like Liberty. I have been against the draft for anyone for many years. I did not go to Vietnam but I feel that I have a form of PTSD stress because I was forced into the Army. The draft is unconstitutional! Which part of involuntary servitude doesn’t the courts understand? Thanks for your efforts.

  6. […] The lawsuit, filed by California lawyer Marc Angelucci, challenges the SSS’s policy of requiring that all United States men sign up for the draft. According to federal law, all men must register within 30 days of their 18th birthday or face a variety of penalties. […]

    • Alexander Fisher on December 26, 2018 at 9:08 AM

      How is this lawsuit proceeding i cant find any news about what should be a historic case is the fight still ongoing? can we expect a win?

      • NCFM on December 26, 2018 at 6:30 PM

        It’s pending in the Texas court. The Attorney General’s last response did not challenge any of our arguments. The AG only said that the Court should let Congress decide. We anticipate a decision soon.

  7. kent campfield on April 14, 2016 at 1:42 PM

    Marc, Unbelievable that your against women driving women, Chariot For Women.
    How can this be sexist when this could be saving women from getting attacked. It almost happened to my daughters friend. Safety is first and I’m guessing you don’t have a daughter. I think if you had a daughter and she was sexually attacked you would change your mind. I imagine this is an male ego thing for you. Oh well, I’d rather see people safe than to be sorry in the end!!!!!!

    • Marc on August 8, 2017 at 10:08 PM

      Kent, apparently you didn’t pay attention. I have no problem with women driving women. What I oppose is a business refusing to hire or serve men. That is sex discrimination in public a accommodation and it violates the Unruh Civil Rights Act. .

  8. Thomas Friedrích on August 14, 2012 at 1:45 AM

    Hi.

    In Germany we have currently a large debate about the permissibility of circumcision by Muslims and Jews.
    Hundreds of scientists have turned in a letter to the Chancellor, asking children to forbid circumcision.
    Circumcision is definitely more disadvantages than advantages!
    These arguments can also be useful for your work!

    Here is the letter:

    http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/inland/offener-brief-zur-beschneidung-religionsfreiheit-kann-kein-freibrief-fuer-gewalt-sein-11827590.html

    (Please translate him by internet)

    Sincerely,

    Thomas Friedrich

  9. Iman Manni on March 18, 2012 at 1:27 PM

    No court system or service should have the right to remove children from a home of a peaceful, caring, parent based on corrupt rulings made by the party with the most money. Facts and evidence are not enough in Family Law. That is a tragedy. These actions affect the children first and most severely. Our children are worth more than that. Some of us pay the ultimate price. Get the corruption out of our family court system.

  10. @carrollstraus on January 13, 2012 at 9:24 AM

    It has driven me crazy for YEARS that the 'received wisdom" is only men are abusers. NOT SO!!

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