David has a diverse background with experience practicing law in Idaho, Texas, and Utah. He has worked in immigration, oil & gas, clean energy, agriculture, domestic and international business. He practiced immigration law over the course of many years, and has assisted immigrants and refugees to legally enter the United States.
He taught agricultural law and business organizations as a Graduate Teaching Assistant to the Dean of the Law School at the University of Arkansas, as an Adjunct Professor at Brigham Young University, and as an Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has a degree in International Relations, and a Law degree from Brigham Young University, and an LL.M. from the University of Arkansas.
He owned and operated small business ventures and spent several years in government service, including clerking for Senator Hatch in the US Senate and as a Policy Analyst with the California State government.
He has a served on the boards of multiple non-profit organizations and has provided related legal counsel. He has a global perspective, having lived in five countries around the world. He is committed to maximizing the positive impact he can make on the world to bless many individual lives.