Daniel Glattman is an associate in ADM’s Albertson Office. He focuses his practice on appeals and motion practice.
Prior to joining the firm, Daniel worked as an intern for a civil litigation firm where he assisted his supervising attorney in drafting various legal documents. In his undergraduate studies at Baruch College, Daniel interned at a Real Estate Development Company where he attended closings, assisted in property evaluations, and analyzed potential development opportunities in residential areas.
During his tenure at St. John’s University School of Law, Daniel took multiple advanced writing courses. He wrote several papers analyzing issues such as the need for independent medical doctors in professional sports, the correlation between atonement and rehabilitation in the legal/religious world, and the role that religion played in the justification of pro-slavery laws.
Daniel is an avid roller hockey player. While in college, he played Division III and was the President of the team in his senior year. He continues to play in an adult league on Long Island.