David LaFreniere

David LaFreniere began working with the firm in 2018 while attending the Texas Tech University School of Law, gaining valuable experience as a law clerk while completing his law degree. David graduated from the Texas Tech University School of Law in May of 2019, and passed the bar exam and became an attorney in October 2019. Besides graduating from Texas Tech School of Law summa cum laude, David also was elected Order of the Coif, served as a member of Texas Tech Law Review and Texas Bank Lawyer, tutored first year students in the theory and law of contracts, was published in the Texas Tech sponsored Journal of Biosecurity, Biosafety and Biodefense Law, and was presented with a number of top grade and academic distinction awards, including top grade in commercial litigation and academic distinction award in contracts.

David now uses his undergraduate international business degree from Texas Tech Rawls College of Business as well as his law license to serve clients in West Texas and the Permian Basin. His experience working in both Fortune 500 and Global Fortune 500 companies prior to law school affords him a unique perspective he uses to best serve the needs of his business clients. David has handled a variety of issues for clients including business formation, landlord/tenant disputes, complex contract preparation and review, and all aspects of litigation. In addition to being a licensed attorney, David is also a certified mediator through the Office of Dispute Resolution. Besides serving his clients in his hometown of Lubbock, David also enjoys helping Texas Tech undergraduate and law school students achieve their professional aspirations


  • State Bar of Texas, 2019

Legal Education

  • Texas Tech University School of Law (J.D. 2019, summa cum laude, Order of the Coif)
  • Student Tutor for Contracts
  • Texas Tech Law Review, member, articles editor
  • Texas Bank Lawyer, contributing writer
  • Certified Mediator, Office of Dispute Resolution
  • Top Grade: Commercial Litigation, Criminal Procedure
  • Academic Distinction: Contracts, Legal Practice, Criminal Law

Undergraduate Degree

  • Texas Tech Rawls College of Business (B.A. Business Administration, International Business, magna cum laude)