Daniel Hornal is licensed to practice in the District of Columbia. He specializes in Consumer Protection, Torts, and Contracts. He is the co-author of the legal textbook Bargain, Exchange and Liability, which is currently being used to instruct first-year students at Georgetown Law School in torts and contracts. He has a J.D. from Georgetown Law School. His non-legal interests include motorcycling, photography and alternative energy.
Kelsey Phipps is licensed to practice in the District of Columbia. She specializes in the area of criminal defense, litigating misdemeanor cases on behalf of defendants in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Prior to joining Talos Law, Kelsey completed a two-year clerkship in the Chambers of the Honorable Marisa J. Demeo. Kelsey represented juvenile respondents in D.C. Superior Courts as a member of the Georgetown University Law Center’s Juvenile Justice Clinic and served indigent clients as a legal fellow in the Orleans Public Defender’s office in New Orleans, Louisiana. Prior to Kelsey’s work in criminal law, she served on the staff of the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy, working in the area of disability policy on the United States Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. Kelsey holds a JD from the Georgetown University Law Center and an M.A. from the University College Dublin, Ireland, where she studied as a Fulbright Fellow. Her non-legal interests include mid-century modern art, travel, and science fiction.
Masjo Ward is a law clerk at Talos Law. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Bridgeport in 2009. He is the co-editor of Active Learning Exercises for Research Methods in the Social Sciences and will graduate from Georgetown University Law Center in 2014.
David Mlaver is a law clerk at Talos Law. He graduated with High Distinction from Duke University in 2010. He has published in a scientific journal and had a wide array of experiences in the fields of healthcare, education, and law before going to law school. David will graduate from Georgetown University Law Center in 2014.