August 13, 2020

Volume X, Number 226

Daisy Sexton

Daisy Sexton is an associate in the firm’s New York office. Her practice focuses primarily on complex commercial litigation in federal and state courts. Ms. Sexton is also active in pro bono work, involving various areas such as intellectual property, immigration, animal law, and human trafficking. 

Professional Background

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Sexton was a legal intern for Fordham University School of Law’s Federal Litigation Clinic and their Samuel-Glushko Intellectual Property Clinic. While working in the Federal Litigation Clinic, she represented a client who had been indicted for conspiracy to commit drug trafficking. In the Samuel-Glushko Intellectual Property Clinic, she represented a client involved in a copyright litigation over SAT preparation materials. In addition, she was a summer associate for the firm’s New York office in 2016. Ms. Sexton was a judicial intern for the Honorable Felicia A. Mennin of Midtown Community Court, Criminal Court of the City of New York in 2015, and she was a litigation paralegal at a New York law firm.


  • 2016 Winner of the William M. Tendy Federal Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition
  • 2016 Best Advocate in a Final Round in the William M. Tendy Federal Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition
  • 2016 Finalist in the Mockingbird Challenge at Faulkner Law School
  • Mark W. Kenny Memorial Scholarship recipient

Professional/Civic Activities

  • member of the New York City Bar Animal Law Committee

Articles in the National Law Review database by Daisy Sexton