Daniel Brovman

Daniel is a sophomore in Columbia College majoring in Political Science with concentrations in History and Business Management. Growing up in London and New Jersey, he was fascinated by variations in governance across countries and cities and states. Outside of the Columbia Political Review, he is involved with the Columbia International Relations Council and Association, traveling on its Model United Nations team and staffing its conferences for high school and college delegates. After college, he hopes to go to law school, and eventually focus on criminal justice. His columns will focus on New York City politics, specifically on campaign finance reform and criminal justice issues within the city, and often wonders that if good government exists in New York, then where is it? You can follow him on twitter @dbrovman