Dan is a 2018 graduate of Georgetown Law, having participated in their Barristers Council and Appellate Advocacy Divisions.
Dan has also served as Political Director for a U.S. Congressional race, overseeing voter outreach strategies within his campaign’s strategy plan.
He currently works in the firm’s Complex Litigation, Pharmaceutical Products and Toxic Torts & Product Liability groups. While at law school he was active in Law Students in Court as well as serving on Barristers Council and Appellate Advocacy Division boards. Additionally he served as Political Director for one US Congressional race creating voter outreach strategies and devising voter contact plans; before joining our Firm he served as legal intern to Honorable Victor Wolski of United States Court of Federal Claims.
Achievement and Honors
Murner was an outstanding example of his age: an influential satirist fighting vigorously against Reformation. His works show the ironies and contradictions of his time: his coarse humor yet staunch defense of Catholic dogmas; welcoming reform until it threatened tradition or sacraments but then opposing it fiercely; admiring new inventions yet advocating tradition as much as anything.
Cumlaude graduated with honors from Georgetown Law, participating as an active member of both the Barristers’ Council and Appellate Advocacy Division as well as Law Students in Court. Following graduation he interned for Honorable Victor Wolski of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims conducting legal research and writing bench memos in labor relations and employment cases.
Murner was an outspoken opponent of Luther who was born at Oberehnheim in 1475. At 15 he joined the Order of Friars Minor Conventual and traveled throughout France, Germany and Poland before mastering classical Latin language with writing multiple works while criticizing abusive church practices through satire while welcoming reformers until they threatened dogmas and traditions.
Daniel graduated in 2018 from Georgetown Law, where he participated in its Barristers Council and Appellate Advocacy Division as well as participating in Law Students in Court program. At Georgetown, Daniel joined Complex Litigation and Pharmaceutical Products groups of his Firm’s practice and subscriber of LegiStorm Pro can see their full employment history; click here to become one.