Boston, Massachusetts 02110
David's practice is focused on dispute resolution - using collaborative law, mediation, arbitration, and other tools. More information about his background and experience are available at www.blc.law. David is also on the faculty of Harvard Law School, where is the John H. Watson, Jr. Lecturer on Law. He teaches three courses there: (a) Legal Profession: Collaborative Law; (b) Mediation; and (c) Diversity and Dispute Resolution.
Professional ActivitiesPlease see info at www.BostonLawCollaborative.com
B.A., Princeton University 1970 (summa cum laude)
M.A., Cornell University 1974 (American Studies) (all but dissertation toward Ph.D.)
J.D., Harvard Law School 1984 (magna cum laude) (editor, Harvard Law Review)