David M. Krisch

David M. Krisch

Mount Laurel , New Jersey

Since his high school years working long summer hours at a local amusement park, David M. Krisch has been committed to civil rights, equal rights, and employee rights. David carried his passion for employee rights to the Pennsylvania State University, where in 2009 he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Labor and Employment Relations. During his senior year at Penn State, he was selected as the winner of the Robert Kohler Memorial Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement by a Senior in Labor and Employment Relations.

After college, David attended New York Law School, where he held internships at the headquarters of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Washington D.C., as well as the National Labor Relations Board, Division of Judges, in New York City. He also attended the Peggy Browning Workers Rights Conference in 2011 after being selected by New York Law School as a Government Fellow for his passion for public interest law. David also proudly served as an Executive Board Member of the Dispute Resolution Team for New York Law School, and was a writer for the legal blog, LASIS, which was recognized in 2011 by the American Bar Association as a top 100 legal blog. Two of David's favorite pieces that he wrote were based on real-life issues in employment law, such as whether an employer dress code applied to religious employees, as well as whether an employee, as a representative of a business, had the right to physically defend himself in the midst of a customer robbery. Most importantly to David, David was honored to serve as the sole student representative on the New York Law School Discrimination and Harassment Review Board, which consisted of a body of three, and held the power to adjudicate school discrimination complaints and recommend discipline. David graduated from New York Law School in 2012.

Prior to joining Costello & Mains, LLC, David served as a judicial law clerk to the Senior Judges in the Berks County, Pennsylvania, Court of Common Pleas. Since that time, David has litigated many cases throughout the State of New Jersey, as well as the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

David is licensed to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and is admitted to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. David is a diehard Philadelphia and Penn State sports fan. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends.