Daniel Fullerton is the Executive Editor of the American University Business Law Review (AUBLR). He is also a Senior Research Associate for the Public International Law and Policy Program at American University Washington College of Law. His recent publication, entitled Petitioning for Cash: How Domestic Industries Exploit Antidumping Procedures and Antitrust Exceptions to Force Their Foreign Competitors Into Lucrative Settlement Agreements, was featured in AUBLR’s Volume 2.2. During law school, he worked for the Public International Law and Policy Group, the United States International Trade Commission, and the Federal Circuit Bar Association. He also held two consecutive Dean’s Fellowships with Professor Paul Williams.
Daniel attended the College of William and Mary where he graduated cum laude with majors in Government and Economics and where he participated in a semester work-study program in DC with the theme of International Politics in Economic Hard Times.