David A. Kallman has over 30 years of litigation experience with over 300 trials. His experience includes, constitutional law, administrative law,...
David A. Kallman has over 30 years of litigation experience with over 300 trials. His experience includes, constitutional law, administrative law, church state relations, homeschooling and education law, etc. He has handled hundreds of home school cases and served as the trial attorney in the seminal DeJonge case, which ultimately resulted the Michigan Supreme Court protecting the right of home educators to teach their children without excessive government regulation.
In 2008, the Michigan Supreme Court unanimously appointed David to serve as a Commissioner for the State Bar of Michigan. He also serves as an adjunct law professor teaching law at different academic institutions. David is also actively involved in his church and served for many years as president of the board of a local adoption agency. He is the founder of the Kallman Legal Group, PLLC, a successful general practice law firm in Michigan.
David holds a B.A. in Business Management and a J.D. in law. He and his wife, Beth, a Registered Nurse, were married in 1983 and have two children, Stephen and Rachel. As a testament to their belief in home education, he and his wife homeschooled their two children through high school graduation.