Daniel Rock is an associate in the firm’s Appellate and Advanced Motions practice group. He is a skilled writer and orator who focuses on resolving his clients’ most complex legal challenges both at trial and on appeal.
Whether it is an appeal from a pre-trial order, a discovery order, or a final judgment after trial, Daniel is involved in the appellate process from beginning to end. He has drafted briefs in almost every appellate court in Florida, including the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the Florida Supreme Court. He has experience in a variety of practice areas, including product liability (both in the automotive and pharmaceutical context), professional liability, and insurance disputes. He also provides litigation support at trial, which includes drafting motions, jury instructions, and verdict forms, while providing legal strategy on any issues that arise.
Prior to joining Bowman and Brooke, he served as a senior law clerk for Chief Judge Leslie B. Rothenberg at the Third District Court of Appeal for the State of Florida. As a law clerk, Daniel drafted numerous opinions, bench summaries, and memoranda on a wide variety of subjects. During his clerkship, Daniel also taught legal writing as an Adjunct Professor at Florida International University College of Law.
Daniel graduated magna cum laude from Florida International University College of Law in 2015, where he was an editor for the FIU Law Review. He was also a successful member of the moot court team, reaching the finals in multiple moot court competitions and receiving a best orator award.