Daniel M. Gluck

  • Lecturer in Law

Biography

Daniel Gluck is Senior Staff Attorney for the ACLU of Hawaii. He attended Cornell University and Harvard Law School, where he was President of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau. Following law school, he served as a law clerk to the Honorable James Duffy, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Hawaii, and to the Honorable J. Michael Seabright, United States District Judge for the District of Hawaii. Immediately prior to joining the ACLU of Hawaii, Gluck was an associate with the Honolulu office of Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing.

Since joining the ACLU in 2007, Gluck has litigated cases involving the rights of homeless students; gender discrimination in public schools (Title IX); privacy rights of teachers in Hawaii's public schools; discrimination against gay and lesbian couples; the application of the Fourth and Fifth Amendment in immigration court; and various prisoners’ rights issues. He has also worked on a variety of First Amendment issues involving the right to protest, the right to videotape law enforcement, and protection of journalists under Hawaii's "media shield" law.