Daniel Pastor is a J.D. candidate in the class of 2013 at Yale Law School. His interests include freedom of expression, reproductive rights, and national security law. Before law school, Daniel worked for Google, Inc on communications and public affairs issues. He also held a Fulbright Scholarship in Santiago, Chile where he researched the writing of the Chilean Constitution under the Pinochet regime and published an article on the Chilean electoral system. In addition to his academic research, he co-founded Princeton in Latin America, a service organization that sends recent college graduates to work in year-long fellowships with local NGOs in Latin America. At Yale, Daniel is a member of the San Francisco Affirmative Litigation Project and the Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic. He serves as the Gender & Sexuality Chair of the American Constitution Society and as a board member of the Liman Program for Public Interest Law. Daniel graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with an A.B. in Politics and a concentration in Latin American Studies. He holds an M.Phil. in Political Theory from Oxford University where he studied on a Marshall Scholarship.