Daniel Ibrahim is a summer student at Rosen Kirshen Tax Law
Daniel completed his second year at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology (Cum Laude) from York University and graduated at the top 20% of his class.
Since entering the 11th grade, Daniel began his legal journey working with law firms assisting counsel with administrative tasks, preparing documents for trial and took part in seeing the trial process, from jury selection to verdict. Prior to joining RKTL, Daniel continued to explore his passion for litigation through competing in the Donald G.H Bowman Tax Moot, the second largest Moot in Canada, where he and his team made it to the semi-finals while competing against over 20 moot teams nation-wide.
Daniel believes that giving back to the community is what fosters lasting relationships and spends time volunteering in the Malvern Community where he prepares meals for those in need, and volunteers at his church.
Daniel comes from an immigrant family which built their roots in Canada by establishing their own family corporation. Through this, Daniel understands the value of dedication and passion that is needed for small businesses alike to thrive in competitive markets. Beyond work, he is passionate about fitness and nutritional science, and is constantly studying the latest science has to say in these respective disciplines. Daniel is an avid hiker and enjoys spending time with family and friends.