If “Local Government Theory” was an academic course of study, Daniel Davidow would be dean of the department. For many years, Danny has immersed himself in the issues and opportunities faced by municipal leaders and employees across the state of New Jersey. From governance to zoning to finance and everything in between Danny has researched, collaborated and advised on solutions to a wide range of challenges raised on a daily basis at the local level.
With a background in policy and process, Danny brings a unique depth of understanding to his clients’ matters. He is a long-term, strategic thinker who can offer analysis along with legal advice.
Prior to joining Parker McCay, Danny was senior counsel with the New Jersey Office of Legislative Services. He also represented public entities as a municipal attorney with a southern New Jersey law firm.
- Burlington County Bar Association
- Mercer County Bar Association
- Rutgers University School of Law, Camden NJ (J.D. 2010)
- Rutgers University, New Brunswick, (B.A. Political Science 2007)
- New Jersey