B.A. University of Maryland; J.D. George Washington University
Daniel J. Rosenthal is an associate professorial lecturer in law at The George Washington University Law School. He teaches Scholarly Writing to GW student-rapporteurs to the International Law in Domestic Courts. In this role, Professor Rosenthal teaches the fundamentals of scholarly note writing in a classroom setting, and supervises and assists his students in writing their upper-level journal notes.
During law school, Professor Rosenthal interned with the Department of Defense, where he conducted legal research for Assistant United States Attorneys in litigation before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia and wrote legal memoranda regarding a variety of issues including national security, post-September 11th Pentagon reconstruction, and other Department of Defense operational concerns.
He then clerked for the Honorable Judges Alan Kay and Ricardo M. Urbina of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. In April 2006, Creighton University Law Review published his article "Charitable Choice and Title VII's Co-Religionist Exemption," analyzing the constitutional interplay between federal employment discrimination law and the Faith-Based Initiative.
Professor Rosenthal is currently a senior associate with the law firm Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, LLP, in Washington, D.C. He also currently serves on the Anti-Defamation League's Civil Rights Committee, which is responsible for developing, prioritizing and carrying out the the league's responses to incidence of anti-Semitism, racism, discrimination and church-state issues.