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David represents commercial businesses, private individuals, and educational institutions in a wide variety of commercial and civil litigation matters in state and federal courts, including actions involving contract, labor/employment, real estate, and construction issues, as well as compliance with applicable regulations.


Prior to joining Conrad & O’Brien, David gained litigation experience in a wide array of settings. He was an Associate at three litigation firms based in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, respectively, where he represented and counseled commercial businesses and educational institutions, with a particular focus on the defense of business licenses in administrative actions as well as the defense of claims brought against professional and educational institutions.


While in law school, he was the only second-year law student selected to become a student attorney in the Villanova University School of Law Clinic for Asylum, Refugee, and Emigrant Services, where he successfully represented asylum seekers before the United States Department of Homeland Security. David was also a certified legal intern for the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, where he litigated hundreds of cases in the Pretrials Unit.




Villanova University School of Law (J.D., 2015)

Drexel University – Pennoni Honors College (B.S., Political Science and History, magna cum laude, 2012)


  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Life Beyond the Office

When he’s not practicing law, David enjoys spending time with family, playing basketball, and cheering on his favorite sports team – the Philadelphia 76ers.

Honors & Affiliations

  • Best Brief Award and Semi-Final Oralist, 65th Annual NYC Bar National Competition
  • Second Best Brief and Semi-Final Oralist, 2013 Villanova Law Reimel Moot Court Competition
  • Dorothy Day Pro Bono Service Award, Villanova University School of Law
  • Salutatorian, Political Science and History, Drexel University