David C. Frank’s solo practice in Burlington County has been focused on land use, real estate, and land preservation matters since 1999. His clients include municipalities, farmers, landowners, developers and construction businesses. David’s practice regularly involves representation of municipal land use boards, representation of applicants before such boards, litigating zoning and real property cases, and appearances before county agriculture development boards and the State Agriculture Development Committee, in “Right to Farm” and land preservation matters.
David is now the solicitor for the Florence Township Zoning Board of Adjustment and the Florence Township Planning Board, the Wrightstown Borough Joint Land Use Board, the New Hanover Township Land Development Board, and the Tabernacle Township Land Development Board. He has previously been the solicitor for the Mansfield Township Zoning Board, the North Hanover Township Joint Land Use Board, the Mount Laurel Township Planning Board, the Medford Township Planning Board and the Medford Township Zoning Board, and has served as special counsel for land preservation matters to several municipalities. David is counsel to the New Jersey Beekeepers Association.
David has served as an elected Councilman in Springfield Township, Burlington County since 2005. He earned his law degree from Rutgers-Camden Law School in 1995 and is a member of the New Jersey and Burlington County Bar Associations.