Daniel J. Urman, JD
JD, Harvard Law School
MPhil (Politics and International Relations), University of Oxford
BA (History and Political Science), University of California, Los Angeles
Daniel J. Urman is Assistant Teaching Professor in the Doctorate in Law and Policy program. He developed and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of political science and law and public policy at Northeastern. Mr. Urman has worked on several political campaigns, including the past four Democratic National Conventions. He serves as a writing coach for the Posse Foundation, a college access organization that received a portion of President Obama's Nobel Peace Prize Money.
Previously, Mr. Urman worked at large law firms and served as an assistant district attorney in the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Mr. Urman was a Marshall Scholar at the University of Oxford.
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