Dan obtained a Juris Doctor degree from the Tulane University School of Law in the vibrant “Crescent City,” New Orleans, Louisiana. At Tulane, Dan specialized in the Civil Law of Louisiana and engaged in extensive pro bono work at the Capital Post Conviction Project of Louisiana, a branch of the Louisiana Public Defender Board entrusted with appealing death sentence convictions for inmates incarcerated at the Louisiana State Penitentiary.
Following his graduation from law school, Dan received a Certificate of Qualification from the National Committee on Accreditation. Dan subsequently articled with Eugene Dankanych at Dankanych Law Group, where he assisted with Family, Estates, Litigation, and Real Estate files. He was called to the Ontario Bar in September 2018. At Dankanych Law Group, Dan currently works primarily on Family, Estates, and real estate.
Our pro bono practice builds up on the experience of our professionals locally and worldwide to improve the lives of those without access to justice.
Our goal of pro bono practice is to achieve excellent results for clients in need. Those who come to us for help often experience harm, so we look for opportunities to remedy through our work.
For years, we have been in the position to advance social justice and the rule of law by providing legal services at no cost. We continue that tradition with a commitment to excellent performance, practice diversity, and global reach in our pro bono work.