David C. Weigel


Bar Admissions
  • Maryland
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
  • University of Kentucky College of Law
  • Washington & Lee University

      Raised in Calvert County from the age of one, David joined Davis, Upton, & Palumbo, LLC following a year clerking for the Honorable Marjorie L. Clagett, Associate Judge of the Circuit Court for Calvert County.

      A 2010 graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Law, David was an Articles Editor on Volume 98 of the Kentucky Law Journal, as well as a member of the Moot Court Board. David earned his undergraduate degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from Washington & Lee University, where he was a member and Philanthropy Chair of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity and frequently anchored the school’s news program, The Rockbridge Report.

      In 2014, David was elected to a four year term as a member of the Calvert County Republican Central Committee and also currently sits on the Calvert County Economic Development Committee and the Patuxent Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors. Additionally, David serves as the attorney for the Calvert County Board of License Commissioners (Liquor Board). He is a member of the Southern Maryland Inn of Court, the Maryland Bar, and the Calvert County Bar Association, a former chairman of the Calvert County Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee, and a past member of the Calvert County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

      David currently resides in Chesapeake Beach. During his free time he enjoys boating, golfing and skiing.

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