30 Under 30: Mary Daniel ’11

The Spring 2021 Among Friends Magazine featured 30 alumni from the Classes of 2008 to 2017, who are a representative sample of the nearly 900 graduates of the school during those years. Their ages range from 30 and just over to as young as 22. As the featured profiles show, they have learned to be brave and thoughtful leaders, who speak their conscience, take initiative, create opportunities, and find ways to build up individuals while building a better community.

Los Angeles
Third-Year Law Student at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law

Mary Daniel is completing her final year of law school at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. This past summer, she worked as a Law Clerk in the U.S. Copyright Office, and she has had several internships in music licensing. Currently, Mary is serving as an Executive Senior Editor for the Southern California Law Review and will have her article on the relationship between copyright law and street art published in the journal in 2021. After graduation, Mary plans to pursue a career in intellectual property law in the entertainment industry.

Mary was involved in sports, theater, and student government at MFS. Balancing these responsibilities helped her practice time management, a skill that has proved useful in law school.

Mary earned her B.A. in communications and fine arts at Loyola University Maryland.

“MFS really helped my time management ability.”

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