Daniel A. Ruiz



Daniel is a dual-licensed attorney who enjoys analyzing complex issues, including constitutional law, contracts, and intellectual property. His passion for the law is matched only by his desire to fight for his clients in the litigation trenches. Daniel represents a wide spectrum of clients, which has included state legislatures, the nation’s largest auto-manufacturers, public policy initiatives, civil rights clients, and fledgling startups.

Daniel comes to Branscomb Law with a vibrant litigation background, which he developed while practicing in the state of Michigan as a Student Trial Lawyer for the Washtenaw County Public Defender and as a Litigation Associate in both Texas and Michigan Trial Courts. Before starting law school, Daniel was a volunteer with the Dallas Legal Aid Clinics and the Captain of his University’s mock trial team.


University of Michigan School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2019
Clarence Darrow Scholar
ACLU Student Chapter, Executive Office
University of Texas at Arlington; Bachelor of Science, with High Honors, 2016
Most Outstanding Male Senior
Pre-Law Society, President
St. Mary’s Law Journal, Staff Writer
Varsity Mock Trial, Team Captain


In his off time, Daniel enjoys spending time on the beach and traveling to Texas’s various renaissance festivals throughout the year with his wife and their two daughters.