David Lin works as an attorney for a plaintiffs' law firm with an emphasis on securities, antitrust, and derivative shareholder class action suits. Outside of work, David volunteers with Casa Cornelia, representing asylum applicants in immigration court, and with the California Innocence Project. The common thread throughout David's work has been the use of the justice system to protect people against abuses of power by those in positions of authority.
David received his B.S. in Physics from UCSD and went on to earn his J.D. at the Northwestern University School of Law. While at Northwestern, he worked for the National Immigrant Justice Center and the MacArthur Justice Center. He also volunteered as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for the Chicago family court system.
David is licensed to practice law in New York.