David Corliss joined Bergman Draper Oslund as an associate attorney in 2018. He graduated with honors and a concentration in litigation from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City. Out of law school, he served a one-year appointment in the Connecticut Superior Court for the Fairfield Judicial District as a law clerk under the Honorable Mary Sommer. At the conclusion of this appointment, he joined a litigation focused plaintiffs’ personal injury law firm. At this position, David fought to compensate families for a wide range of injuries, including those suffered as a result of child abuse and the wrongful deaths of their loved ones.
Since moving to Washington, David has been active within the King County Bar Association through the Housing Justice Project. Through this organization, he volunteers his time assisting the residents of King County who are facing evictions. Due to his advocacy before the court and in negotiations with landlords, David has stopped a number of evictions – keeping Washington families in their homes and off the streets.
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D., 2015, cum laude
Associate Editor, Cardozo Law Review
City University of New York, Creative Writing, MFA, 2013
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Interactive Medial, B.S., 2010
Washington State Bar Association
Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association
King County Bar Association
Washington State Association for Justice
American Association for Justice
Connecticut Bar Association