Daniel Horwitz is a constitutional lawyer practicing in Nashville, Tennessee. A graduate of Cornell University and Vanderbilt Law School, Horwitz’s law practice focuses on constitutional litigation, election law, and amicus curiae representation. Horwitz is also a member of the Tennessee Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, and he holds a leadership position in the American Constitution Society.
A former judicial law clerk for the Tennessee Supreme Court, Horwitz’s groundbreaking impact litigation has been featured in national publications including the Washington Post, Forbes, and NPR. A prolific author, Horwitz has also published award-winning legal scholarship in several law journals including the Harvard Latino Law Review, the University of Memphis Law Review, and the Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy. In 2018, the Tennessee Bar Association awarded Horwitz the Harris Gilbert Pro Bono Volunteer Award for his dedication to the development and delivery of legal services to the poor.