Daniel W. Kunz, is a practicing attorney and adjunct professor at Duquesne University School of Law, where he has been teaching since 2003. Currently, Kunz supervises the award-winning Veterans Clinic, named among the Top 15 innovative clinics in the country by PreLaw magazine, and supports the Urban Development Practicum's work in the region. Kunz sits on several boards and committees across Western Pennsylvania including serving the Foundation of Hope as immediate past president, as well as chairing the Allegheny County Bar Associations Sports Law Committee. He is a mental health first aid trainer and is a frequent guest lecturer and public speaker appearing on local television and radio stations discussing issues involving veterans, athletes, mental health, and substance abuse. Among his previous roles, Kunz was a certified contract advisor for the National Football Players Association, 2010-2016. In 2018, Duquesne Law's Public Interest Law Association named Kunz as the recipient of the Public Interest Law Alumni Award. The Student Bar Association honored him as the Adjunct Faculty Award recipient in 2017. Saint Vincent College, his undergraduate alma mater, named him the Young Alumni of Distinction awardee in 2013. Kunz holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Duquesne Universitys John F. Donahue Graduate School of Business and a Juris Doctor degree from Duquesne University School of Law.