David W. Crossett has piloted multi-million dollar business disputes, briefed cases before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, and fiercely defended clients’ First Amendment rights. An uncanny memory of caselaw and an encyclopedic knowledge of obscure legal doctrines merge with Mr. Crossett’s competitive litigation mindset to provide Cornerstone Law’s clients with strategic solutions to their problems.
Well-rounded in his academic interests, Mr. Crossett finished 3rd in his class at Regent University School of Law where he was also an editor of the Regent Law Review. Whether serving as a counselor at a residential drug treatment center in New Hampshire, teaching at a high school for at-risk youth in Chicago, or working as executive director of an environmental recycling program in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, Mr. Crossett’s passion for civic engagement and community development has always been present in his work.
Today, Mr. Crossett serves as Chairman of the Elder Board at Fleetwood Bible Church in Berks County, Pennsylvania. He is also a devoted husband and father of three.