U.S. Legal Fellow
Daniel Tse is a Legal Fellow at RFK Human Rights where he works on advocacy, research, policy reform and other strategic support for Black immigrant communities in the United States. Daniel received his LLM from Chapman University School of Law in July 2021. Throughout law school, Daniel volunteered at Haitian Bridge Alliance (HBA) as Asylum Seeker Task Force Coordinator, served as an advocate/liaison for Black Immigrants and Coordinator for the Black Immigrants Bail Fund, and was involved in interviewing, research, screenings, support for asylum hearings, bond processing/payments, and post-release coordination.
Daniel’s professional experience transects between providing legal representation and advocating for Black immigrants affected by the double standards U.S immigration, focusing on human right violations poignant to these underrepresented immigrant communities. His work also confronts the relegation of African migrants from human rights succor, conversations, immigration narrative, international human rights & racial justice. Daniel co-founded the Cameroon Advocacy Network under the umbrella of HBA and RFK Human Rights, which led advocacy efforts in securing the designation of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and Special Student Relief Package (SSR) for over 40,000+ Cameroonians living in the United States.
Daniel is originally from Bamenda, Cameroon and holds a B.A. in Law & international Relations. Master of Laws (LLM) from Chapman University Fowler School of Law. He speaks French, Ngemba (Mankon), and conversational Spanish.