David A. Bergh


Prior to joining Fink Bressack, Dave gained litigation experience as an associate attorney at a large Detroit-area law firm, and as a law clerk at two reputable Detroit-area commercial
litigation firms.

Dave earned his juris doctor degree from the University of Michigan Law School. While in law school, Dave served on the executive board of the Michigan Journal of Race & Law.  Dave also gained valuable municipal law experience as a participant in the Detroit Litigation Advocacy Workshop.

Dave earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in American History from Wayne State University.  Dave’s senior thesis, Fighting Words: The Industrial Workers of the World and Rhetorical Violence, was recognized with the Place Memorial Award for best senior history thesis. Dave also earned a Master of Arts Degree in American Legal History from Wayne State University. His Master’s thesis was entitled Working the Law: Maurice Sugar, Ernest Goodman and the Development of Labor Law Practice in Detroit.

 A native Michigander, Dave resides in Southfield with his wife and daughter. In his free time, Dave enjoys exploring Michigan’s natural splendor with his daughter, collecting techno records, and cheering on the Michigan Wolverines and Tottenham Hotspur.


University of Michigan Law School,
Juris Doctor, 2019
Executive Online Publications Editor, Michigan Journal of Race & Law

Wayne State University ,
Master of Arts, American Legal History, 2017
Bachelor of Arts,  2012

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