Daniel Kim is a Senior Legal Assistant in Sanford Heisler Sharp’s Washington, DC office. Daniel graduated from Wesleyan University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Government, concentrating in international politics, and Environmental Studies and a Certificate in Writing. Daniel’s senior capstone project included an essay and a 45-minute documentary film about energy production and fossil fuels in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Louisiana. In the fall semester of his junior year, Daniel studied abroad in Valparaíso, Chile, where he took courses in environmental science and ecological history.
At Wesleyan, Daniel was a Writing Workshop Tutor and Writing Mentor, a coordinator for the Wesleyan University Middle School Tutoring Partnership, and a senior committee member of the Wesleyan Green Fund, which allocated up to $45,000 per semester to student-, faculty-, and staff-led projects related to campus sustainability and environmental justice. Daniel’s summer work has varied from a position as a field organizer for the Shenna Bellows U.S. Senate campaign in Maine in 2014, to filming his senior capstone project in 2015, to a social work internship at Lawyers For Children in New York City in 2016.
Daniel plans to attend law school in the future.
- B.A., Wesleyan University, 2017