Daniel Pellegrin is an Associate Attorney who handles all aspects of dispute resolution, with an emphasis on commercial litigation, focusing on insurance coverage and bad faith litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Daniel was a law clerk with Martinez Partners, LLP in Houston, Texas handling matters involving international commercial business transactions, securities litigation, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Daniel earned his J.D. from Baylor Law School. While in law school, Daniel was an Executive Editor of the Baylor Law Review. Daniel received accolades for his writing ability and was eventually published during his 3L year; his note Micro-Brew; Macro-Fees details the complicated legal regulations governing the relationships between small craft beer manufacturers and state-wide beer distributors (71 Baylor Law Rev. 72 (2019)). Additionally, Daniel was extensively involved with Baylor Law’s mock trial teams, including the National Trial Competition Team and he competed in Baylor Law’s “Mad Dog” Competition where he was a quarter-finalist. Daniel served terms as the Student Bar Association’s Executive Vice President and Executive Treasurer and he completed professional tracks in General Civil Litigation and Business Litigation.
Outside of law school, Daniel was elected to the Baylor Line Foundation’s Board of Directors and was appointed to serve on the Board’s Executive Committee. The Baylor Line Foundation is the oldest alumni group in Texas and exists to provide independent guidance to the University and valuable scholarships to the University’s future alumni.
Honors & Awards
Claude Williams Advocacy Award
Bracken Local Government Award
- Texas Courts
- United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western
Districts of Texas
- United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
Baylor Law School, J.D., 2019
Baylor University, B.A., Economics, 2016