Prior to joining ZwillGen, Daniel attended the American University Washington College of Law, where he focused his studies on technology, e-commerce, and privacy law. Daniel served as a Note and Comment Editor on Law Review and published a Comment on Carpenter v. United States, which has been cited in a federal district court opinion. He worked as a research assistant for Professor Jennifer Daskal researching data extraterritoriality issues, hacking, international data transfer agreements, and content moderation. Daniel was also senior staff on the National Security Law Brief, and he studied international humanitarian law and criminal law in The Hague, Netherlands.
Daniel returns to ZwillGen after having been the first Summer Legal Intern in the Washington, D.C. office. He has also externed at the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and has aided with drafting model privacy legislation through other contracted work.
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