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Daniel Feldman moved to Maine with his wife (a native Mainer) in 2012 from New York where he worked in education, social services and government as well as law. He has worked for a federal judge, the U.S. Attorney's office, a labor union, major law firms and diverse clients.
Daniel graduated cum laude from Cardozo Law School. While in law school, he was on the Law Review, served as both a teaching and research assistant and had meaningful internships. He also earned the coveted "Order of the Coif", a national honor for law students attaining a high level of scholarship.
After working as an attorney for a huge international firm and a well-known national litigation firm practicing complex civil litigation, Daniel branched out into other endeavors. He received a Master's degree in Education and taught in high-needs urban schools. Daniel spent years providing outreach and counseling for homeless individuals and families.
On moving to Maine, Daniel worked for a small boutique litigation firm in Portland before joining Hallett, Zerillo & Whipple in 2017. He is admitted in both Maine and New York.
His professional interests are in complex civil litigation, disability rights, education and doing what it takes to even the playing field for everyday Mainers. His legal practice focuses on family law, criminal law and general litigation.
Outside of work, Daniel enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, cooking, reading and exploring the great outdoors of Maine. He maintains his interests in social services and education through community involvement. Daniel is passionate about providing the same high quality legal services for regular Mainers that he used to provide for billion dollar corporations.
Year Joined Firm
Areas of Practice
- Family Law
- Criminal Law
- General Litigation
- New York
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York, New York
- Honors: cum laude
- Honors: "Order of the Coif"
- Honors: Teaching and Research Assistant, Law Review
Past Employment Positions
- U.S. Attorney's office