Daniel E. Curry
Dan Curry advocates for public and private sector unions and their members in federal and state court, arbitration, and before administrative agencies.
Daniel E. Curry, a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, is a labor and employment litigation partner and is admitted to the California, New York, and Kansas bars. He represents public and private labor unions and their members, including teachers, grocery clerks, and utility workers. His labor law practice includes Federal and State litigation, arbitration, and proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board, the California Public Employment Relations Board, and other federal and state administrative agencies. Mr. Curry also handles a broad range of additional issues, including employment discrimination, wage and hour, campaign finance, and legislative and regulatory matters.
Mr. Curry previously worked as a law clerk in the legal departments of the Communication Workers of America and the Service Employees International Union, where he provided assistance to national campaigns to organize hospital workers and to raise the minimum wage. He was an Articles Editor of the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics and is the author of “The March Toward Justice: Assessing the Impact of Turner v. Rogers on Civil Access-to-Justice Reforms,” 25 GEO. J. LEGAL ETHICS 487 (2012).