David began working at the firm as a third year law student while attending South Texas College of Law. After graduating from law school in May 2011, David joined the firm full time.
During law school, David was active in the advocacy program. He served as an Officer on the South Texas College of Law Board of Advocates, where he was responsible for organizing and running the intramural moot court and mock trial competitions. He was also selected as an moralist on a varsity advocacy team for the Navy JAG Moot Court Tournament in Jacksonville, Florida. David received the 7th Best Brief Award in the Leroy Jeffers Intramural Moot Court Competition.
As a third year law student, David interned for the Honorable Caroline E. Baker in the 295thJudicial District Court, Harris County, Texas. David’s law school advocacy experience and his judicial internship have given him invaluable exposure to the trial process.
David graduated from Texas State University, cum laude, in 2007. After moving back to his hometown of Houston and before beginning law school in the fall of 2008, David worked full-time as a realtor in Houston. He continued to focus on real estate while in law school, studying real estate transactions as well as real estate finance.
David’s wife Amy is also a lawyer. Together, they enjoy traveling, cooking, playing tennis, spending time at the lake, and trying new restaurants. David is also an avid sports enthusiast, both as a spectator and participant. Growing up in Houston, he played recreational basketball at Fonde Recreation Center.