Daniel Rosales is a J.D. candidate for the Class of 2015 at Cornell Law School. He graduated from Occidental College in 2011 with a degree in Politics. Between Occidental and Cornell, Dan worked as a paralegal in a boutique entertainment law firm in Los Angeles. During summer of 2013, he was a law clerk at the San Francisco District Attorney's Office in the general felonies division. During summer of 2014, he was a summer associate in a large firm environment and handled matters pertaining to corporate and municipal bonds, energy and mining, and complex litigation. After graduating from Cornell, Dan will work for one year as a term clerk for a Justice of the New Mexico Supreme Court. He is also an associate member of the Cornell International Law Journal. Dan is an active member in Cornell's Latino American Law Students Association.
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