Professor Daniel (Dan) Croxall teaches at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.  His scholarly interests center around legal writing and laws that impact the craft beer industry, including constitutional issues such as the First Amendment and tied-house laws.  Prior to returning to academia, Dan practiced law at the world’s largest law firm (DLA Piper LLP) as a complex civil litigator and white-collar criminal defense attorney.  He then opened the world’s smallest law firm (Croxall Law) in 2013 to focus his practice on representing California Craft breweries and related parties.  He is quite thankful to his friends and colleagues at McGeorge for giving him the opportunity to teach at his alma mater.