David Z. Kahn is an associate in the Litigation group. He earned his J.D., summa cum laude, from the University of California, Irvine School of Law, which he attended on a full scholarship as a Distinguished Decade Scholar.
During law school, David received several honors, including the Faculty Award for highest performance in a course for his work in Patent Law, Copyright Law, Contracts, Torts, Lawyering Skills II, and Legal Profession. He also served as a board member and executive editor of the UC Irvine Law Review. In addition, as a student in the Ninth Circuit Appellate Litigation Clinic, he victoriously briefed and argued a Cuban asylum seeker’s petition for review.
David was a judicial extern for the Hon. Gail Ruderman Feuer of the California Court of Appeal for the Second District.
David earned his B.S. in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University, with a concentration in Human-Computer Interaction. Before Stanford, he studied Jewish law and theology at a rabbinical seminary in Israel.
University of California, Irvine School of Law (J.D., 2022), summa cum laude; Faculty Award (highest performance in a course): Patent Law, Copyright Law, Contracts, Torts, Lawyering Skills II and Legal Profession; Executive editor, UC Irvine Law Review
Stanford University (B.S., Symbolic Systems, 2017)