Daniel graduated from McGill with an honours major in Linguistics and a second major in Computer Science. He wrote his thesis on European languages while simultaneously designing a compiler in C and an autocorrect program in Python.
At law school, Daniel volunteers at pro bono legal clinics helping clients who would not otherwise have access to the justice system. He’s also taking every available course dealing with technology and the law.
In his spare time, Daniel enjoys learning foreign languages and looks forward to reaching double digits on that front very soon. He’s also a voracious reader, a golfer, and a board games enthusiast.