Daniel D. Douglas is an associate attorney with Bremer Whyte Brown and O’Meara in its Arizona office. He is admitted to practice in Arizona, California, and the United States District Court of Arizona. Daniel’s focus is primarily on matters related to general liability law. Daniel graduated from the Santa Clara University School of Law with a certificate in high technology law. Prior to law school, Daniel graduated cum laude from the University of Arizona majoring in Politics, Philosophy, Economics, & Law.
Before joining Bremer Whyte Brown and O’Meara, Daniel clerked at the Arizona Court of Appeals for the Honorable David Gass. During law school, Daniel worked as a legal fellow at the Wikimedia Foundation. He also served on the executive board of the Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal and participated in Santa Clara’s honors moot court program where he was awarded best oral advocate in the first round of competition. Daniel also worked as a research assistant for Professor Eric Goldman and assisted with substantial editorial work on his recently published book discussing the impact of the Zeran v. AOL case on internet law. As an undergraduate at the University of Arizona, Daniel was a member of Mortar Board Senior Honor Society, served as student body Vice President, and worked as a university tour guide.
Daniel was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. He is a proud Eagle Scout and outdoorsman, and enjoys hiking, camping, and visiting National Parks.