Dan Hurley, ’91, is a lecturer at the University of Michigan Law School and an assistant US attorney in Detroit.

Hurley, who joined the US attorney’s office in 1992, has an extensive litigation background, having handled civil, criminal, and appellate matters. He has prosecuted numerous civil rights cases, including cases involving police brutality and hate crimes. In 2008, he won a national award for his prosecution of a conspiracy to drive an African American family from their neighborhood by burning down their house.