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David Casier graduated from St. Lawrence University with Bachelor of Arts in History and English in 1981 and from Vermont Law School with a Juris Doctorate in 1984. He has practiced law in Vermont since 1985.
The bulk of David's practice has involved litigation, participating in numerous trials with more than thirty before juries. His criminal law practice has included a wide variety of criminal cases ranging from simple assault to first degree murder, and his civil litigation experience has included an equally wide variety of cases including; personal injury, land use, discrimination in employment and employment contract disputes, business contracts and commercial cases.
David was appointment to serve as an acting Judge in 1992.
David has also been an adjunct professor at Champlain College since 1992. In that role he re-designed and teaches the Civil Litigation course and has also taught bankruptcy, evidence and business law. He regularly teaches the civil procedure session of the Vermont Bar Association's program for new Vermont lawyers.
He served on the Winooski School Board Budget Advisory Committee 2009 and 2010 and is currently a Justice of the Peace and a member of the Winooski Board of Civil Authority.
State v. Hudson, 163 Vt. 316; State v. Brooks, 177 Vt. 161.