David T. Frankel is a law clerk in the tax, employment & benefits practice group and is a CPA in New York State. David graduated Order of the Coif from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.
During law school, David externed at the New York City Department of Finance, the Office of the Taxpayer Advocate, assisting taxpayers in remedying their property tax issues. David also interned at the New York State Offices of the Inspector General, where he worked on various investigations. David served as an associate editor for the Cardozo Law Review, and his case comment was published in the Cardozo Law Review, detailing how a seminal Ninth Circuit case affected pleading requirements for copyright infringement lawsuits against BitTorrent users. David also served as a teaching assistant to Contracts Professor Peter Goodrich and Civil Procedure Professor Suzanne Stone.
Prior to law school, David worked in both tax and auditing roles at one of the world’s largest accounting firms and at a major international bank and earned an MBA in Professional Accounting.
- Author, "How Do You Know It Was Me? A Case Comment on Cobbler Nevada, LLC v. Gonzales," 42 CARDOZO L. REV. 597 (2021)
- JD, Order of the Coif; Course Prize for Outstanding Performance in Antitrust, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law of Yeshiva University, 2021; Associate Editor, Cardozo Law Review
- MBA (Professional Accounting), Von Minden Accounting Scholarship, Rutgers Business School, 2015; CPA in New York State
- BS (Law and Business), summa cum laude, City University of New York – The Graduate Center, 2013; CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies