DANIEL HAY represents individuals and corporations in all stages of complex and high-stakes litigation, including critical motions practice, oral argument, discovery, trial, and appeal. Daniel has extensive experience in both commercial disputes and government-facing litigation, including in matters defending against government enforcement actions and challenging federal regulatory actions under the APA.
Daniel joined Sidley following a clerkship with Judge Steven Colloton of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. Prior to his clerkship, Daniel completed a D.C. Bar Association Pro Bono Fellowship at the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, where he represented religious non-profits in constitutional cases before the federal courts of appeals.
Daniel received his law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School, where he was a John W. Wade Scholar and served as editor in chief of the Vanderbilt Law Review. Before attending law school, Daniel worked as a middle school math teacher with Teach for America and an aide to a member of Congress.