J.D., cum laude, Harvard Law School
B.A. with Honors in Political Science, Yale University

Daniel H. Kahn has extensive public and private sector experience with telecommunications law and policy. After graduating from Yale College and Harvard Law School, he clerked for Judges Bruce Kauffman (E.D. Pa.) and James Robertson (D.D.C.). He then practiced communications, privacy, and media law at Covington and Burling. He then joined the Federal Communications Commission’s Wireline Competition Bureau, where he served as a Deputy Division Chief, Division Chief, and Associate Bureau Chief. He helped lead the FCC’s efforts in areas such as net neutrality, privacy, robocalls and caller ID authentication, municipal broadband, telephone numbering administration, high-cost universal service support in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and competitive access to multiple tenant environments. He joined Wilkinson Barker Knauer in 2022, and his practice focuses on a diverse array of cutting-edge telecommunications advocacy and compliance issues. In addition to his communications law focus, he is a CIPP-certified privacy expert.