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Daniel Rodriguez
1001 Fannin Street
Suite 1800
Houston, Texas 77002


Daniel is an oil and gas litigator practicing in the firm’s Houston office. 

Prior to joining the firm, Daniel served as a federal judicial law clerk to the Honorable Judge Andrew Edison of the United States District Court.  Having researched and drafted numerous opinions for Judge Edison, Daniel has developed excellent legal research and writing skills, which are imperative in developing strong legal arguments and communicating them effectively.  Daniel also held several prestigious internships with well-known organizations including Halliburton Energy Services, the Texas Supreme Court, the Elliot Law Firm, and the Lanier Law Firm.  Daniel received his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Baylor Law School and was recognized as the number one student in his area of study. 



  • Federalist Society, 2017–2020
  • Christian Legal Society, 2016–2019
  • Public Interest Legal Society, 2016–2019


  • Member of Pathway Church


  • Dean’s Academic Excellence Full-Tuition Scholarship Recipient, 2016–2019
  • Baylor Intellectual Property Law Award, 2019
  • Order of Barristers, 2017, for excellence in moot court
  • Dean’s List (Six Times), 2017–2019
  • Earned the High-A in Electronic Commerce, Legal Analysis Research & Communication, Intellectual Property, Patent Law, and Trademark Practice & Disputes 

After Hours

"I am all about living in constant pursuit of growth in body, mind, and spirit.  As a result, when I’m not at work, you can find me running, lifting weights, spending time with family, leading bible studies at church, and reading books about faith, psychology, history, politics, and nutrition."

"One of my dreams growing up was to play in the NFL. Nevertheless, my football career ended after playing for the Texas Longhorns in undergrad.  Although I never quite made it to the NFL, my football career taught me so much about how to have the confident and competitive attitude that it takes to be an excellent attorney and win in litigation."