Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)
Dan Mori currently works in the Social Justice practice of Shine Lawyers. He graduated from the Western New England School of Law in 1994 and began his Marine Corps legal career serving as a defence counsel, prosecutor and staff judge advocate. In November 2003, Dan was appointed to represent Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks until the case's conclusion in May 2007. Following a tour in Iraq, Dan was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and served as the Navy-Marine Corps Military Judge in Hawaii until his retirement. Since July 2012, Dan has lived in Melbourne working with Shine Lawyers and continues to teach as a Senior Fellow in the Masters Program at Melbourne Law School. He is a member of the Bar in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the State of Hawaii and admitted to practice in the State of Victoria.