Daniel H. Stewart
Daniel H. Stewart is a partner with Hutchison & Steffen, where he leads the Firm’s Election, Campaign, and Political Law practice. Daniel also practices administrative law, constitutional law, corporate law, business litigation, and appellate law.
Prior to joining Hutchison & Steffen, Daniel served as Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval’s general counsel and as the Governor’s liaison to numerous executive branch agencies and departments. Before his time as Governor Sandoval's chief counsel, Daniel represented many of Nevada’s elected leaders, including the Governor, U.S. Senator, Lt. Governor, and Nevada Republican Senate and Assembly Caucuses. He also served both the Speaker of the Assembly and the Majority Leader as general counsel and chief policy advisor. Additionally, Daniel represented two presidential campaigns in Nevada as lead counsel, and has advised on multiple ballot initiative efforts.
Daniel graduated cum laude from Brigham Young University with a BA in History. He later received a Masters in History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In 2008, he graduated from the University of Chicago Law School and returned home to Nevada to practice law.
Daniel is a proud fifth-generation Nevadan and CCSD graduate. He enjoys spending his free time with his wife and their three children; studying history; Star Trek; escape rooms; collecting and reading books in all genres, traveling, and following Vegas sports.