Born Woodruff, SC, May 15, 1988; Admitted to bar 2013, South Carolina
Education: University of South Carolina (B.S., 2010); University of South Carolina School of Law (J.D., 2013)
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General Biographical Sketch
After graduating from Woodruff High School, Daniel attended the University of South Carolina. He graduated with a double major in investment finance and real estate, and a minor in political science. Daniel attended the University of South Carolina School of Law, where he served as president of the Pro Bono Program, class representative and parliamentarian of the Student Bar Association, and articles editor of the South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business. While in law school, Daniel received the Senator Burnet R. Maybank Scholarship and the 2013 Hugh L. Willcox Pro Bono Volunteer of the Year Award. At his commencement ceremony, Daniel was awarded the 2013 Compleat Lawyer Bronze Award.
After graduating from law school, Daniel accepted a two-year position with the Staff Attorneys Office of the Supreme Court of South Carolina. During his time as a staff attorney, Daniel was responsible for reviewing the filings and records of numerous civil and criminal appeals. Daniel also had the opportunity to briefly serve as law clerk to Justice Costa M. Pleicones. Daniel joined the firm in 2015 and enjoys helping clients across a variety of legal practices. He takes pride in assisting clients in both business and real estate transactions, probate matters, and civil litigation.
Outside of the office Daniel enjoys golf, hunting, and spending time with his friends and family. Daniel, his wife Melissa, and daughter Adelyn live in Moore. They are active members at First Baptist Church in Woodruff.