David W. Duke is an experienced trial attorney, writer and noted lecturer. D.W. has authored four published books, including “Principles of Liberty,” “Understanding and Avoiding Medical Malpractice,” “California Insurance” and “Palestine.” He has also published dozens of articles on various legal topics ranging from real estate and insurance law to human rights. D.W. is a member of the California Association of Realtors Strategic Defense Panel, and lectures regularly to members of the real estate industry. D.W. heads the Inland Empire office of Spile, Leff & Goor, LLP, serving clients in Riverside, Orange and San Bernardino Counties.
D.W. is the President of The Institute for Children’s Aid and a member of the Board of Directors of Stop Child Executions. He holds a third degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do with the World Tae Kwon Do Federation in Seoul, Korea, and has been a competitor, instructor and referee in the U. S. T. U., which is the official governing body of the U. S. Olympic Tae Kwon Do Team. D.W. is an accomplished musician who plays keyboards and guitar. DW lives with his wife Laura in Temecula, California where they are active in human rights and numerous civic and charitable organizations.
- Juris Doctor – Washington University School of Law in St. Louis Missouri, 1984
- Bachelor of Arts, double major, Economics and Psychology – University of Michigan, 1980
- United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
- Supreme Court of the United States