David Berlin is a versatile litigator who has secured multiple jury verdicts for his clients. Before entering the law David’s four years as a journalist writing for the San Diego Union-Tribune prepared him to be an investigator.
In his seven years as a practicing attorney, he has effectuated change and influenced the futures of individuals and companies alike. David now handles cases nationwide. Some examples include protecting people from police abuse, advocating for victims of employment discrimination, and navigating business disputes.
David is a problem solver for businesses big and small, handling contractual disputes and litigation strategy. David’s tireless advocacy in the courtroom, knowledge of the law, and detailed fact analysis have consistently produced results. He is entrusted to manage complex and high-stakes disputes in state and federal courts, including appellate work, and private arbitrations.
David’s abiding interest in social justice has also led him to become active in writing and speaking about civil rights issues – particularly against minorities. In keeping with his philosophy that “Knowledge is Power” he has developed a program to educate community members as to their civil rights.
David earned his B.A. from The George Washington University and his J.D. from Penn State Dickinson School of Law.