David has worked with a wide range of local and national organisations including The Law Society, the Welsh Assembly Government, the Ministry of Justice, the Legal Services Commission (LSC), Citizens Advice, Advice UK, the Home Office (Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner), the Legal Aid Practitioners Group, Central Law Training, the Law Centres Network, Comic Relief, Unbound Philanthropy, the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fund and the Baring Foundation.
He has also provided advice and assistance to hundreds of law firms and other legal organisations. He delivers specialist consultancy and training on a wide range of topics including business management & strategy, tendering, compliance and quality assurance. He has also undertaken feasibility studies and conducted surveys. He is an expert in relation to legal aid contracting and auditing and is also a Law Society accredited Lexcel consultant.
David is a writer for LexisNexis and a member of the Consulting Editorial Board for LexisPSL. David has also been responsible for the writing of a solicitors’ accreditation scheme assessment on behalf of the Law Society and leading the assessment marking team for over fifteen years.
David also founded and regularly contributes to LegalVoice, a not-for-profit online magazine for legal professionals.Prior to establishing DG Legal, David worked for Abbey, Marks & Spencer and the Legal Services Commission in varying senior management roles.
In 2016 David was appointed as a Commissioner advising Lord Bach on policy relating to Justice and Legal Aid.