When I was a boy, my father David was a district judge. I remember watching his trials and being fascinated by them even as a child. However, I later took a deviation on my path and began my career in banking, where I acted as a manager, auditor and commercial loan review assistant vice president. Unfortunately, the banking industry was in pretty poor shape during the 90s so I decided to go back to school and study law like my father. In law school, I discovered that I enjoyed civil litigation quite a bit and that I’d like to center my career around it.
After graduating law school, I accepted a position at an insurance defense firm that had 40 attorneys. I was happy to be doing civil litigation because it was complex and strategic. It comes with a different mentality than criminal or family law and I have always felt that it was a natural fit for me personally. Everyone who knows me knows that I love a challenge. Yet, I knew that I did not want to be a part of large firm forever. I had an aspiration to start my own practice and in 1998 I finally realized my dream.
Everyone who knows me knows that I love a challenge.