David M. Hutchens is a litigation associate in the Dallas office. He maintains a diverse practice with an emphasis on defending individuals and businesses in automobile/trucking accident, premises liability, personal injury and product liability cases.
Before joining Thompson Coe, David was at attorney at a west Texas litigation firm where he represented defendants in personal injury, automobile/trucking accident, premises liability and other commercial matters. David’s background has gifted him with ability to discern his clients’ objectives, needs and priorities and offer his clients at Thompson Coe a unique experience couple with an understanding of each client’s unique priorities.
David attended Texas Tech University School of Law. While in law school, David was actively involved in the school’s advocacy program, served as a Teaching Fellow for the first-year writing and research classes, was an editor of the school’s Administrative Law Journal. He was also a member of the Dean’s Community Teaching Fellow program — a Texas Tech Law program dedicated to mentoring high school students interested in studying law.
Education, Admissions & Activities
Texas Tech University School of Law
J.D., cum laude, 2018
Legal Professional Teaching Fellow
Articles Editor – Administrative Law Journal
Texas Tech University
Minor: Secondary Education
Professional and Community Activities
Texas Young Lawyer Association
The Federalist Society
Licensed to teach in Texas