Daniel Kelly has been involved with numerous aspects of legal work throughout his career. From drafting and preparing documents to serving on trial teams, Daniel has a profound understanding of the role each facet plays in shaping the outcome of a case.
Daniel joined Wexler Wallace in the fall of 2018, where his thoroughness and attention to detail is utilized in document review for the firm’s antitrust, business, and securities cases. Daniel’s first exposure to the world of high-stakes litigation began in 2012, when he served as a member of a trial team during a seven-week, multi-count white collar federal criminal trial. Daniel worked closely with outside counsel to prepare expert witnesses for trial and created demonstrative exhibits summarizing evidence for use during opening arguments and testimony.
Daniel received a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Political Science from Southern Illinois University Carbondale in 2005 and earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Chicago Law School in 2008. Daniel has previously volunteered for the Chicago Justice Project to improve public access to criminal justice related information.