Daniel W. Lim

U.S. Dept of Justice

Daniel serves as Chief of the E-Discovery Office at the Department of Justice, Civil Division. He supervises a team of subject-matter experts who provide legal, strategic, and project management advice to Department of Justice trial teams and federal government agencies on the lifecycle of information governance and electronic discovery issues. Daniel advises trial teams on the emerging law governing electronic discovery, best practices for working with novel data sources, and how to leverage sophisticated technologies to effectively comply with discovery obligations. He also advises federal agencies on the best practices for implementing defensible preservation policies and electronic discovery workflows. Prior to joining the Civil Division, Daniel served as Deputy Director and Senior Counsel at the E-Discovery Group of the New York City Law Department. He began his legal career in private practice, representing corporate and individual clients in False Claims Act cases and government investigations. He is a graduate of Brooklyn Law School and holds a B.A. in Philosophy, Politics, and Law from Binghamton University, State University of New York.