A young man with close cropped hair smiles in front of a forest; he wears a suit jacket and collared shirt.

Daniel Eyal


Student Fellow (2021-2022)

Research Pillars

Daniel Eyal was a student fellow with the Center on the Legal Profession, where he explored the questions that arise for law students and early career lawyers interested in career paths in federal prosecution and white collar criminal defense.

At Harvard Law School, Daniel is passionate about studying and improving lawyers’ roles in strengthening democracy and the rule of law. Interested in ensuring that government is more transparent and accessible, Daniel served as a summer legal intern at the U.S. Department of Justice’s Public Integrity Section, and he is fascinated by government and public interest lawyering more generally. Prior to his legal studies, Daniel served in politics and government, working mostly for a member of the Los Angeles City Council. Daniel earned his B.A. in Global Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and he is the first in his family to go to college or graduate school.