David Shulick was born in 1969, and ever since then, he has excelled and exceeded expectations in so many ways. In the third grade, David entered into George Washington High School’s program for mentally gifted students. This program was designed specifically for students with I.Q.’s over 140. Even with such a stringent and rigorous schedule, David managed to graduate from his high school with honors in 1987, an impressive feat even if he wasn’t enrolled in the gifted program.
After high school, David Shulick attended the University of Delaware, graduating in 1991 with a Bachelor of Science. From there David went on to Temple University Law School, where he would continue to wow professors with his aptitude for academia as well as his discipline and perseverance. Even when David’s mother was tragically killed in a car accident, David continued his studies. David learned from his mother’s death that no one is promised tomorrow, and instead of letting the circumstance hinder him, he used it to catapult his career forward.
During David Shulick’s time at Temple University Law school, he participated in the Moot Court Program, where he went on to best several of his peers in a plethora of competitions. David also received the Distinguished Class Performance Award for outstanding oral competency and analytical abilities. It was clear from a very young age that David had a bright and hopeful future ahead of him. Even better, David paved his way himself, despite the adversity he faced of losing a loved one.