Daniel Rodriguez has a background that is a little bit different than the typical lawyer. Daniel grew up in a migrant farm-worker family. He and his family were constantly on the move. He lived and worked in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and California. Daniel and his five siblings attended between three and five different schools each year up until college.
In addition to working in the fields, Daniel later held a variety of jobs going through college and law school. To name a few, Daniel worked as a dishwasher, worked for PG&E in their mapping department, worked as a sales person for Sears, Roebuck & Co., sold encyclopedias door to door, and pumped gas at a full service gas station.
Another job that Daniel held was working as a roustabout and mechanic in the oilfields for Atlantic Richfield Co. in Kern County. All of these jobs helped mold Daniel’s perspective on life. Namely, that there’s no substitute for putting in the hard work.
As far as education is concerned, Daniel’s dad, Jose Rodriguez, never attended school. His father was illiterate; couldn’t read or write in English nor Spanish. And, Daniel’s mom, Lydia Rodriguez, had 3 years of schooling.
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