Dave Dambreville is the Publisher and a regular contributor to the FPT Law Blog, which he founded in April 2011. He is also an associate with Kimmel & Silverman, P.C., where he focuses his practice on consumer protection litigation. He obtained his law degree from The Pennsylvania State University-Dickinson School of Law. While there, he served as a Senior Editor on the Yearbook on Arbitration and Mediation Law Journal, an Executive Member of the Student Bar Association's Speakers Trust Fund Committee, the Research Assistant to Dean Carla Pratt, the President of the Black Law Students Association, and the Research Assistant to Professor Thomas E. Carbonneau. His legal experience includes internships with the Thomson Reuters Corporation and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. For the academic year of 2012-2013, Mr. Dambreville was elected, and served as, the National Vice-Chair of the National Black Law Students Association (“NBLSA”), the largest student-run 503(c) non-profit corporation in the United States. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Psychology from the City University of New York (Hunter College)and has over seven years of professional experience with two Fortune 500 companies in the areas of corporate sales and marketing.
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