Daniel Bowes, Equal Justice Works Fellow
Staff Attorney, Equal Justice Works Fellow
Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions Project
Daniel joined the Justice Center as a Staff Attorney and Equal Justice Works Fellow in 2011. He advocates and litigates on behalf of individuals and communities suffering the collateral consequences of criminal convictions. His work is sponsored by American Legal Media. Before coming to the Justice Center, Daniel served as an Autry Fellow at MDC, Inc., and authored the City of Durham’s Root Causes of Crime in Durham Study.
Daniel was an Alyse Smith Cooper Scholar at Duke University and a Root-Tilden-Kern Public Interest Scholar at the New York University School of Law.