Daniel’s unique personal, educational and professional background gives him the power to always provide a compassionate and professional service to workers who have been mistreated. Daniel has often thought he was born to defend employees’ rights because both of his parents worked for the Department of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE). He became inspired to follow in their footsteps and he achieved a JD from Loyola Law School, where he earned a scholarship upon entry.
Daniel has always been motivated to stand up for people and help them vindicate their rights. Joining the Lawyers for Justice, PC team was a natural move because it allowed him to help those who needed his strong voice the most.
His mission to help others falls far outside the courtroom, as well. In his work with Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County in the Workers’ Rights Unit, he helped low-income workers on wage-and-hour cases. He has a track record of supporting others, which he brings to not only the workers he represents, but also the other team members at the firm. During college, Daniel engaged in community service work at Los Hermanos de Stanford, where he tutored and participated in the local Bay Area fundraising events for at-risk youth.
- JD, Loyola Law School of Los Angeles
- BA, History, Stanford University
- BA, Political Science, Stanford University
- Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County, Workers' Rights Unit
- Los Hermanos de Stanford