David L. Tolin, Jr. focuses his practice on the transactional aspects of construction law and routinely assists clients in preparing and negotiating all types of contracts and related project documents. He also counsels clients on business and legal issues that arise during construction projects and helps clients assert and protect their mechanic’s lien and bond rights. He has represented a variety of clients in construction litigation and successfully negotiated multiple settlement agreements.

Prior to his legal career, David worked as a field investigator, conducting national security background investigations for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Concurrently, he earned his J.D. from South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas, where he graduated summa cum laude. While attending South Texas part-time, he was a member of the Order of Lytae Legal Honors Fraternity and was a recipient of both the Dean's Scholarship and Howard Warren Scholarship for Academic Achievement. He also earned multiple CALI Awards for Academic Excellence and certification by the South Texas College of Law Transactional Skills Program.