David E. Wilson is a partner of the law firm of Corwin & Corwin LLP. He practices exclusively in the field of Construction Law, representing subcontractors and suppliers, general contractors and construction managers, sureties, designers and owners, in matters ranging from general advice to trials in district and state courts as well as arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Mr. Wilson is also a Massachusetts certified mediator, and a member of the Real Estate Bar Association Panel of Neutrals. He has lectured and participated in numerous classes and seminars on construction law with organizations such as Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Suffolk University Law School, Massachusetts Bar Association and Boston Bar Association, and with various trade groups, including the Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts for which the firm is general counsel. He has also drafted significant legislative bills pertinent to construction, a number of which have been enacted into law. Mr. Wilson is an active member of the Boston Bar Association, a former co-chair of its Committee on Construction Law, a former co-chair of its Real Estate Section, and a former co-chair of its Education Committee.
Mr. Wilson is also active in charitable organizations. He is a Board Member and former President of Team Heart, Inc., an International Non-Governmental Organization which travels each year to Rwanda to perform life-saving open heart surgeries while helping the country develop its own cardiac surgery program; and he is a long time participant in the Pan Mass Challenge, a 200 mile cycle ride that has raised over $500 million for the Jimmy Fund of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Mr. Wilson received a J.D. in 1983 from Boston University School of Law, and an A.B. in 1977 from Brown University.