Joseph Daval, J.D.
Joseph Daval is a postdoctoral research fellow with PORTAL. His research focuses on the allocation of public health authority in the administrative state, including FDA enforcement policy and litigation authority. His published work on the public charge exclusion addresses similar themes in the context of immigration law. He has held summer positions at the National Immigration Law Center and the Chambers of the President of the Supreme Court of Israel. Joseph received a J.D. from Yale Law School, as well as a B.M. in Classical Guitar Performance and a B.A. in U.S. History from Arizona State University. In law school, Joseph was a Forum editor on Yale Law Journal, and a co-director of the HAVEN Medical-Legal Partnership, which connected uninsured New Haven residents with legal assistance.
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