Daniel Bourgault received his B.A. in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Elmhurst University, Honors Program in 2017. In 2022, he earned his J.D. from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and master’s in Public Policy from The Graduate School at Loyola University Chicago as a member of the dual-degree program. While in law school, as a 711 Student Attorney in the Community Law Center Clinic Daniel served as a Guardian Ad Litem representing the interests of children in legal disputes. Daniel was also a member of Loyola University Chicago’s nationally ranked moot court program as the John H. Calhoun fellow on the Wilhelm C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration team. In this role, Daniel received Honorable Mention awards for the best individual oral advocate at Moot Shanghai 2022 and the Vis East Moot competition, the Gary David Friedman Advocacy Team of the Year, and won 1st place at the Moot Shanghai 2022 international competition.
- Daniel is a member of the Chicago Bar Association, as well as the Illinois State Bar Association and Illinois Local Government Lawyers Association.