During his time in law school, David participated in the MSU Law First Amendment Clinic, teaching lectures at Michigan high schools, providing instruction to students on the importance of free speech in the context of public school. He also worked for a mid-sized law firm in Okemos, specializing primarily in automobile negligence, premises liability, and no-fault work.
Before joining FBMJ, David practiced at a civil defense firm in Royal Oak, specializing in automobile negligence, general liability, and complex federal litigation. David prides himself on his oral and written advocacy and ability to obtain favorable results for clients, having secured numerous summary dispositions.
David is currently a member of the Administrative & Regulatory Law, Insurance law, Negligence Law, and Young Lawyers sections of the State Bar of Michigan.
After a long day, David can be found playing chess, although he feels he still has a lot to learn! As a first-generation Italian American, David especially enjoys cooking Italian cuisine, much of which he learned from his grandmother while growing up. He loves writing and continues to do so in his free time, writing both creative pieces, as well as legal pieces in the field of constitutional law. While in high school, David won two Michigan Interscholastic Press Association awards as a staff writer for his school newspaper, The Comet’s Tale. David is an avid sports fan – his favorite teams include the Michigan State Spartans (Go Green!) and the Detroit Lions.
Michigan State University College of Law, J.D. (Magna Cum Laude), 2020
Michigan State University, B.A. in Political Science (With Honors), 2017
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