Originally from Philadelphia, David is a 3L with interests in antitrust, white collar, and securities litigation, as well as international law. Before coming to Vanderbilt Law School, David worked for a government consulting firm in Washington, D.C. While at Vanderbilt, David has participated in the 2L Moot Court competition as an octo-finalist and is a member of Vanderbilt’s Law & Business Society and Moot Court Board. His Note, Unintended Consequences for Reversing Rapprochement: Is the United States Government Liable for a Loss of US Property in Cuba?, examines the legal consequences for U.S. claimants who hold property interests in Cuba and has been selected for publication in 2020. Upon graduation, David looks forward to joining Winston & Strawn in their New York office.