After graduating from Brigham Young University with an undergraduate degree
in business administration, David was awarded a full-tuition scholarship
to Baylor University School of Law. He graduated magna cum laude and served
as a Technical Editor on the
Baylor Law Review. During law school, David had the distinct honor and privilege of serving
as a judicial intern for Judge Alan D. Albright of the Western District
of Texas and working as a research assistant for James E. Wren, the Leon
Jaworski Chair of Practice and Procedure and Co-Director of the Executive
LL.M. After law school, David remained at Baylor to earn an MBA from the
Hankamer School of Business.
David is first and foremost a family man; he cherishes his time with his
wife and three kids. He also loves to explore the world, having traveled
extensively throughout Asia, Europe, and the Caribbean. David notes his
greatest achievement thus far in life as completing the Waco Ironman 70.3.