CURRICULUM VITAE

EDUCATION

University of Pennsylvania

Ph.D. Candidate, Philosophy, ABD

Dissertation: "Repairing Reparative Justice"

University of Michigan Law School

J.D., with Honors, 2018

University College London

M.A., with Distinction, Philosophy, 2011

Thesis: "On Being Tolerant"

John Jay College (CUNY)

B.S., with Honors, Criminal Justice, 2010

Senior Essay: "Judging as Jurors"

LEGAL EXPERIENCE

2019 -  2020  Judicial Law Clerk, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, Richmond, VA

2018 - 2019   Assistant District Attorney, Philadelphia District Attorney's Office, Philadelphia, PA

2017 - 2018   Law Clerk, Goodman & Hurtwitz, PC, Detroit, MI

2016              Summer Law Clerk, Equal Justice Initiative (EJI), Montgomery, AL

2015 - 2016   Pro Bono Volunteer, Civil Rights Litigation Clearing House, Ann Arbor, MI

2013 - 2015   Analyst & Researcher, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Philadelphia, PA

FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

2020 - 2021 Research Scholar, University of Michigan Law School

 

2016 - 2017  Race, Law, and History Fellowship, University of Michigan

2016             Haywood Burns Memorial Fellowship for Social and Economic Justice, National Lawyers Guild

2016             Public Interest Fellowship, University of Michigan Law School

2015 - 2018  Dean’s Scholarship, University of Michigan Law School

2014 - 2015  Geo L. Harrison Fellow, University of Pennsylvania

2012 - 2015  William Fontaine Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania

2012 - 2015  Benjamin Franklin Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania                                        

2012 - 2013  Mack Family Foundation Fellow, University of Pennsylvania

SCHOLARSHIP

Publications

Papers

Fryer, Daniel “Which America?: Judge Roger L. Gregory and the Tradition of African-American Political Thought” 78 Washington & Lee Law Review 1087-1101 (2021) 

Fryer, Daniel Race, Reform, & Progressive Prosecution 110 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 769-802 (2020).

Fryer, Daniel “Inter-American Philosophy: Born of Struggle?” In Philosophizing the Americas: An Inter-American Discourse, edited by Jacoby A. Carter and Hernando Arturo Estevez. Fordham University Press (forthcoming).

Reviews

Review of Randall Kennedy's Say It Loud!: On Race, Law, History, and Culture, in The Washington Post (Sept. 2021)

Presentations

“Poverty and Criminal Prosecutions.” UPenn’s Integrated Studies Program. Philadelphia, PA: March 14, 2019. 

 

Roundtable Discussion: “In the Archives: Black Radical Thought.” Michigan Institute for the Humanities. Ann Arbor, MI: February 9, 2018. 

“Phantom Trials.” Michigan’s Race, Law, and History Proseminar. Ann Arbor, MI: April 5, 2017.

 

“On William Fontaine’s Political Philosophy” Department of Philosophy, Morgan State University. Baltimore,

MD: November 8, 2016.

“William Fontaine and the American Race Problem.” Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy.

Grand Rapids, MI: March 5-7, 2015.

 

"Margaret Cavendish on Religious Toleration." Women in the History of Philosophy Workshop. University of

Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA: September 13, 2014.

 

"A (Grad Student's) Perspective on the Importance of Role Models and Faculty Diversity." Minorities and

Philosophy (MAP) Workshop. Philadelphia, PA: March 7, 2014.

 

“Supermax, Punishment, and the African-American Community.” Society for the Study of Africana

 Philosophy. New York, NY: November 17, 2013.

 

“Was Alain Locke a ‘wishy-washy’ Cosmopolitan?” Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy.

Galloway Township, NJ: March 9, 2013.

 

 “What Does Wrongdoing Deserve? An Ethical Perspective.” American Society of Criminology Conference.

Philadelphia, PA: November 11, 2009.

University of Michigan Law School                                                                  

Peer Tutor

  • Tutored first year law students in Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Law, Legal Writing, and Torts, 2016-2018

Senior Judge

  • Teaching assistant for first-year legal research and writing course, 2017-2018

University of Pennsylvania                                                                              

Teaching Assistant, Department of Philosophy      

  • History of Modern Philosophy with Prof. Karen Detlefsen, Spring 2015

  • Ethics with Prof. Errol Lord, Fall 2014

  • Social Contract with Prof. Kok-Chor Tan, Spring 2014

  • Justice, Law, and Morality with Prof. Samuel Freeman, Fall 2013

  • Taught two weekly undergraduate discussion sections, guest lectured, graded assignments and exams, and aided with comprehensive course development

 

Head Graduate Fellow, Center for Africana Studies Summer Institute   

  • Helped create and facilitate program for 60-80 incoming freshman annually, 2014-2019

  • Led a team of 15 Graduate Fellows

 

​Graduate Fellow, Center for Africana Studies Summer Institute 

  • Mentored a group of incoming freshmen throughout their time at Penn

  • TA for Race, Science, and Society with Prof. Dorothy Roberts, Summer 2013

PEDAGOGY

Coursera Free, Online, Open-Access Courses

Teaching Assistant                                   

  • Revolutionary Ideas: An Introduction to Legal and Political Philosophy with Prof. Alex Guerrero

  • Participated in roundtable discussions and guided the studies of thousands of students worldwide

OTHER SERVICE & LEADERSHIP

2021 -            Women Also Know Law, Advisory Board Member

2021 -            Michigan Journal of Law & Society, Faculty Editorial Board Member

2020 -            Color of Change Hollywood, Consultant

2020 - 2021   High School Ethics Bowl Judge (New York Regional)

2020 - 2021   High School Ethics Bowl Coach, Carver H.S. (Philadelphia)  

BAR ADMISSION

Pennsylvania

US Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit

REFERENCES

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