David Shay is a trial lawyer and lead litigator at Vaziri Law Group. He represents injured individuals in California as they fight to preserve their rights against large corporate wrongdoers.
Super Lawyers has recognized Dave as one of Southern California’s top lawyers under 40 nine times (five as a defense lawyer and four as a plaintiff lawyer). Dave is passionate about giving juries all of the facts, not just those that suit large corporations.
Early Life and Education
David Hay was born in St Andrews, Scotland to a family that ran a china and stoneware business. Ultimately, he chose to devote himself full-time to his primary interest: studying Scottish history.
He was an accomplished author, publishing more than 40 books on Scottish history and historiography. His most renowned work, ‘Geometric Beauty of the Human Figure’ – a treatise on scientific proportions which distinguish human heads in art from ordinary nature – earned him a silver medal from Royal Scottish Society of Arts in 1846.
He is renowned for his research into religious experience, which he conducted alongside Sir Alister Hardy FRS. Together they conducted numerous studies investigating the relationship between spiritual awareness and psychological wellbeing.
David Hay has been the Director of Agronomy at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California for almost four decades. With a comprehensive knowledge of the golf industry and an endless thirst for knowledge, David possesses an infectious enthusiasm that keeps his team constantly on top of things.
David Sahay achieved great success during his professional boxing career, winning multiple world titles in two weight classes. Additionally, he earned a silver medal at the 2001 World Amateur Boxing Championships.
Haye was a professional boxer who competed from 2002 to 2018. He earned multiple World Amateur Boxing Championship titles and became the first British boxer to reach the final of the WABA Championships, competing in the cruiserweight division.
Achievements and Honors
Hay was an esteemed Australian public servant, diplomat and soldier. He served as Australia’s ambassador to the United Nations, administrator of Papua New Guinea and head of the Departments of External Territories and Aboriginal Affairs.
He earned his degree from Oxford University after studying classics, ancient history and philosophy at Brasenose College. Upon completion of his studies at Brasenose, he earned second-class honours.
He then joined the 2/6 Infantry Battalion and served in the Middle East, Greece and New Guinea. Ultimately rising to the rank of major, he earned a Distinguished Service Order (DSO) in 1945.
In his free time, Hay penned a history of 2/6 Battalion and acquired Boomanoomana homestead – 320 acres located in NSW. Additionally, he published a biography on his great-grandfather William Hay, an influential Riverina pioneer who established the pastoral industry.
David Hay is an academic who has made a major contribution to our understanding of spiritual awareness. His research focused on exploring both the prevalence and nature of religious experience, as well as its links with health and wellbeing.
He was born in Paisley, Scotland on January 29th 1948 and is an alumnus of St Mirin Academy and Celtic FC where he was part of the ‘Quality Street Gang’ reserve team.
He enjoyed a storied career in football that spanned two decades. He managed Celtic for two stints, winning both the Scottish Cup (1985) and Premier Division (1986). Additionally, he managed Lillestrom SK of Norway during this period.
Former heavyweight and cruiserweight boxing champion David Haye is an illustrious figure in the sport with a net worth of $20 million dollars and impressive track record as a fighter.
He is the proud winner of the World Boxing Association heavyweight title, Unified World Cruiserweight title and European Cruiserweight crown.
His earnings have skyrocketed since he won the world title in 2009. He is now one of the richest boxers in the UK and enjoys immense popularity on social media platforms.
He often posts pictures and videos of his family, including the six kids he shares with Natasha. Additionally, he posts snaps from luxurious holidays in Costa Rica.