David Hancock founded Hancock.Law in 2019, because he saw a need for ethical and effective legal representation against timeshare developers and timeshare-exit companies.
Mr. Hancock came to consumer law with a background in criminal defense. Over the course of his career, he has submitted approximately forty cases to a jury, and he has secured multiple acquittals for clients charged with all types of crimes — from misdemeanor trespass to Class A felonies.
Education & Background
2009 – University of Washington School of Law, juris doctorate
Editor-in-Chief, Washington Law Review
Member, Moot Court Honor Board
2002 – University of Utah, bachelor of arts, history major
Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Utah Chronicle
After graduating from the University of Utah, David Hancock hiked the 2000-mile Appalachian Trail. From July through December 2002, he hiked from Mt. Khatadin in northern Maine to Springer Mountain in northern Georgia.
From 2003 through 2005, Mr. Hancock served two years as a volunteer with the U.S. Peace Corps. He lived on a small fishing island of approximately eight hundred people, on the Pacific side of Costa Rica. He built three miles of sidewalks and pedestrian bridges, and he learned to speak Spanish fluently.