David is a partner in the Corporate & Commercial Team and advises clients on a variety of corporate and commercial matters. He acts for clients across a large number of business sectors including professional services, working in particular with other legal professionals.
Notable work in this area includes acting on the conversion of a solicitors' practice from a partnership into an LLP and the related restructuring of its debt, advising barristers’ Chambers on arrangements to acquire property, and drafting constitutional and indemnity arrangements for Chambers.
He has written numerous articles on legal issues relating to barristers; recent published bylines include pieces on constitutional arrangements for Chambers, branding issues, and developments in entity regulation.
David qualified in 2003 and joined Russell-Cooke LLP in 2006 from Simmons & Simmons. He obtained a First in law from the University of Bristol and has a postgraduate degree in European Union law from the University of Nottingham and Maastricht University in the Netherlands.