Daniel helps working people who have been discriminated, harassed or retaliated against in the workplace.
Daniel joined the firm in 2017 after spending a year clerking for a state trial judge. During his time clerking he witnessed the day to day workings of the court system in a way that many attorneys only dream of. This has been a tremendous help in both understanding the workings of a busy court and how judges come to the difficult decisions that they reach every day.
Daniel takes a hands-on approach to helping clients. His goal is to make sure that every client is in the best position to make an informed decision about their case.
The product of a blue-collar upbringing, Daniel waited tables, stocked shelves and led community organizing efforts in disadvantaged communities before attending law school. These jobs helped build his work ethic and cemented his belief that working people form the backbone of our society.
Daniel earned his law degree in 2016 from the University of Missouri – Kansas City and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Missouri in 2009.