Daniel F. Parise

Daniel F. Parise graduated with his bachelor's degree, magna cum laude, in Sociology from the State University at Old Westbury and earned his juris doctorate degree, magna cum laude, from Touro University, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center.   While pursuing his law degree, Mr. Parise served as the Issue Editor for the Law Review thereby ensuring the veracity of each article published.  Further, Mr. Parise also received the Public Service Recognition Award for volunteering over 100 hours at the Breaking Barriers Project, a cooperative effort between the Law School and Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County.  The Breaking Barriers Project focuses on assisting individuals obtain Certificates of Relief from Disabilities and Certificates of Good Conduct who could not retain counsel on their own.  Additionally, Mr. Parise worked for the Deputy Bureau Chief of the Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County, Appeals Bureau during his law school tenure.

 

Areas of Practice:

Bar Admissions:

  • New York (pending)

Education:

  • Touro University, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, magna cum laude, 2022, J.D.
  • State University at Old Westbury, magna cum laude, 2018, B.A.

Honors:

  • Touro Law Review Issue Editor; Research Editor; Associate Editor; Exemplary Dedication and Service to the Law Center for Exceptional Contributions to theTouro Law Review Award Recipient
  • Honors Program Scholar; Dean's List for all applicable semesters; Merit Scholarship Recipient; Judge Sol Wachtler Veterans Scholarship; Michael Maschler Scholarship; Davidoff Family Scholarship
  • Catalyst Public Service Fellowship Recipient; Public Interest Law Fellowship Recipient; CALI Award for Tort Law; CALI Award for Property Law.
  • Student Scholar Panelist for the Federal Bar Association E.D.N.Y.

Publications:

  • Improper Distinction Under the ADA Leads to an Irrational Outcome: Favoring One Life Over Another, 38 Touro L. Rev. 383 (2022).

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