Daniel Fevrin is a litigation associate whose practice areas include complex civil litigation, collections, employment law, business law, landlord-tenant matters and other property related issues including foreclosures. He also handles personal injury matters. Daniel's employment practice is developing and fills a void in the Southern Maryland area for both employers and employees who have concerns relating to the ever changing employment laws both on the federal and state levels.
Daniel received his law degree from George Mason University School of Law in 2007, where he was a member of the Trial Advocacy Association and Journal of Law, Economics & Policy. He was also a practitioner with the George Mason Mental Illness Legal Clinic and participated in the ABA's National Arbitration Moot Court Competition and the Appellate Practice Moot Court Competition. He earned his B.A. in Communications from St. Francis College in Brooklyn, NY and received his High School Diploma from Canarsie High School in his native Brooklyn, NY.
Daniel is a member of the St. Mary's County Bar Association, the Governmental Affairs Committee of the St. Mary's County Chamber of Commerce and participates in other community service activities. He is fluent in French and Haitian-Creole. As an associate at Dugan, McKissick and Longmore, L.L.C., Daniel brings his energy and knowledge into the courtroom ensuring that his clients receive the best representation.