Daniël Sterenborg is born in a small village in The Netherlands, very near to the Dutch-Belgium border...
After school he has moved to Rotterdam in order to study Law at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. After being active in a diverse number of associations and committees, the organisation skills happened to reach more international aspects via the European Law Students' Association (ELSA).
After his term in office as a Vice President Seminars & Conferences of >ELSA Rotterdam<, he was elected for the same position in the National Board of >ELSA The Netherlands< and within a year he got elected in the same office position as a full time member of the National Board of >ELSA Germany<. As well that he was Director for International Relations of ELSA Greece from April - November 2008.
It was after the ELSA experiences that his interest in international, european as well as intellectual property law was risen.
Due to some visits to official IGO Meetings of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) and United Nations Commission for International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) as well as the International Focus Programme on Intellectuellec Property Law of ELSA International of the year 2007-2009 of ELSA International, these interest was merely fed.