Daniel Rosenblum


Daniel enjoys the hunt: diving into the large boxes and folders of legal documents –discovery, testimony, depositions, etc. – that enable him to piece together the facts of a case for a compelling appeal. A former senior assistant district attorney in the appeals bureau, he has investigated and responded to a dozen motions to vacate judgments, analyzed and argued multiple constitutional issues, and conducted two jury trials, multiple pre-trial hearings and more than 50 grand jury presentations.


He is skilled at handling a busy docket: he has managed up to 250 criminal matters at once, which taught him how to prepare his cases effectively and efficiently. He also has learned early on to be self-sufficient and applies that to his civil practice to advance matters in a timely fashion.

Daniel also served as an adjunct professor in trial advocacy at Fordham University School of Law. He coached a student team for the medical/legal trial advocacy competition, teaching them trial techniques related to argument, witness examination and basic evidence law.

While in law school, Daniel interned for the Hon. Denny Chin, United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit.


  • New York


  • Fordham University School of Law, JD, honors
    • Fordham International Law Journal, Staff Writer
  • University of Rochester, BA

Government Service

  • Intern, Hon. Denny Chin, United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit