“Careers, the Law and Taking Advantage of Opportunities: Career-Related Suggestions from the Second Eighteen Years”

Date & Time April 27, 2022 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Campus Center Room 012
IGL General

Join Alumnus Dan Mandell and the IGL for a conversation on “Careers, the Law and Taking Advantage of Opportunities: Career-Related Suggestions from the Second Eighteen Years”

Daniel Mandell (A’05) most recently served as Legal Counsel to the President of the Republic of Palau. He is on his way to Tokyo as a Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellow, where he will research ways for the U.S./Japan/Australia trilateral relationship to work together on development projects in the Pacific region as an answer to China’s Belt-and-Road initiative. Before Palau, Daniel served as a law clerk to the Hon. Jack B. Weinstein, Senior District Judge for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. He also spent seven and a half years as a litigation associate at two international law firms in New York City and Washington, D.C. Daniel’s legal career began at Duke Law School, from which he graduated with both a J.D. and LL.M. in international and comparative law. At law school, he was a participant in the Guantanamo Bay Defense Clinic, for which he produced a 50-page historical narrative on the use of military commissions through United States history, a paper that was subsequently published in the National Security Law Journal.


lunch will be provided


Daniel is also available for one-on-one advising after the session, from 2-4pm, at the IGL at 96 Packard Ave. Please email Michaela.Harrington@tufts.edu to make an appointment.