Daniel Lafave  Associate


LL.M, Boston University School of Law, Graduate Tax Program, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America 2015

  • Class rank: top 10%

J.D., Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America 2012

  • Law and Business Program
  • Dean’s Scholar Award for Local Government Law

MA in Philosophy, Stanford University, Stanford, Palo Alto, United States of America 2005

  • Concentration in Logic

BA in Philosophy (Magna cum Laude/High Honors), University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States of America 1998

  • Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship – Science, Mathematics and Engineering
  • M.M. Culver Memorial Award – Mathematics
  • Chancellor’s Scholarship Award

Bar admissions

Massachusetts Bar 2012
New York Bar 2014


Mr. Lafave has worked as a summer analyst at a consulting firm based in the mid-West of the United States for two summers. Mr. Lafave has extensive experience in the research, analysis and evaluation of the performance and prospects of target companies, including their financial histories, in a wide range of sectors across the United States, including aerospace, automotive, banking, industrials and financial services.

Mr. Lafave has designed and taught Logic, Reasoning, Mathematical Logic, Philosophy and related courses extensively at Stanford University, to undergraduates and others, first as a Teaching Assistant and then as an Instructor over a six year period.

Professional Associations

New York Bar Association


Co-author and Editor for the United States Treasury of the Federal Nontax Debt Collection Treatise Project, 2011-12. The Project consisted of a collaboration between the Treasury and Harvard Law School to produce a comprehensive legal treatise concerning the law of collection of Federal revenues other than taxes.


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