David has practiced law in Honolulu since 2005. He primarily provides representation to hotel and resort owners, to developers and to other commercial property owners, in connection with real estate acquisitions and sales, ground leasing, development and land use matters and financings.?
David graduated magna cum laude from the William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawaii with an Environmental Law Program Certificate.
David is a 1999 graduate from Princeton University with a degree in molecular biology. Prior to law school, David studied various marine invertebrate species in a laboratory at the University of Hawaii, and has been a contributing author to multiple peer-reviewed scientific journals.
In his free time, David enjoys nature photography, traveling, hiking, gardening and cooking.