Daniel M. Braun
Careers in Law Teaching Fellow
- LL.M. , Columbia Law School (Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar), 2011
- J.D., University of Toronto Faculty of Law, 2008
- B.A., Government, Cornell University (cum laude, Distinction in All Subjects, Phi Beta Kappa), 2004
Daniel Braun joined Columbia Law School as a Fellow of the Careers in Law Teaching Program in September 2012. He holds an LL.M. from Columbia Law School where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, and a J.D. from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law where he served as the Executive Editor of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review. Prior to his appointment at Columbia Law School, Braun worked for an international NGO in Brussels, for the Harvard Law School Human Rights Program, and practiced law in New York City, including at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP. Braun remains active in the New York legal community, providing pro bono litigation services to indigent New Yorkers, and belongs to a number of sections of both the New York State Bar Association and the New York County Lawyers' Association. Braun's scholarly research interests include constitutional law, torts, and remedies. His scholarly work focuses primarily on the nature and structure of the U.S. Constitution and explores the interworking logic of the Constitution and the private law.
"Constitutional Fracticality: Structure and Coherence in the Nation's Supreme Law", Saint Louis University Public Law Review, 32 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2013)