David Feder focuses on appeals and motions practice, primarily in the area of commercial litigation. He has drafted numerous briefs and motions in federal and state courts on behalf of a wide variety of clients ranging from professional sports teams to telecommunication, entertainment, and transportation companies. He also has argued multiple cases, including in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit on behalf of a religious refugee from China.
David is a contributor to Justice Neil M. Gorsuch's new book, A Republic, If You Can Keep It. His scholarly works have been cited in the Supreme Court (Sveen v. Melin, 584 U.S. ___ (2018)), Harvard Law Review (130 Harv. L. Rev. 1496 (2017)), Stanford Law Review Online (69 Stan. L. Rev. Online 171 & 185 (2017)), and other places. He also serves as a visiting fellow at George Mason University's National Security Institute and previously served as an Olin-Searle Fellow at Harvard Law School.
David received his law degree from Harvard in 2014, winning the Fay Diploma for graduating first in his class as well as the Project on the Foundations of Private Law Paper and the Irving Oberman Family Law Award for best papers in their respective fields. David received his undergraduate degree from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 2011, where he received a Department Community Service Award, a Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to the Image of the Major, an Exceptional Academic Achievement Award, and was named an Outstanding Student in Organizational Communication.
- Harvard University (J.D. summa cum laude 2014; Articles Editor, Harvard Law Review); Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (B.A. summa cum laude 2011)
- Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, Supreme Court of the United States (2016 & 2017 terms); Judge Neil M. Gorsuch, U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit (2014 term)