David Adida received his B.A. in Political Science and Literature from Queens College in 1986 and his J.D. from Southwestern University School of Law in 1989. While at Southwestern, he was an articles editor, Law Review Executive Board of Director, and staff member for the Law Review. He published: Comment, The Consumer Expectations Test: A Critical Review of its Application in California, 17 Sw.U.L.Rev. 823 (1988).
David retired from the California Office of the Attorney General in 2022 as a Supervising Deputy Attorney General after working in the Tort section for 28 years. He handled and tried the most complex work in that section and was nominated twice for the Attorney General’s Award for his outstanding work. Prior to working with the AG’s Office, David worked at Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp, a Los Angeles’ distinguished law firm, and was a summer clerk at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal.