David practices in Lawrences’ Litigation Group. His civil litigation practice includes contractual disputes, construction liens, enforcing orders and judgments, collections matters, and employment-related issues. After articling with the firm, David joined Lawrences as an associate in 2013. Since that time, David has worked on a wide array of complex litigation matters and has represented clients in various levels of court.
Before pursuing law, David graduated from York University with an Honours degree in Law and Society, and a minor in Sociology. He earned his JD from Osgoode Hall Law School, where he conducted mediations in Toronto Small Claims Court, and participated in the Criminal Intensive Program at Hicks Adams LLP. He completed an exchange at Hebrew University of Jerusalem Law School in Israel and following graduation from Osgoode he taught Contract and Tort Law at Southwest University of Political Science and Law in Chongqing, China.