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 Daniel P. Scholfield
Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante, P.C.
52 Trumbull Street
New Haven, CT 06510
(New Haven)

Position: Member

TEL: 203-800-7343

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Admitted: Connecticut, 2012

Law School: Quinnipiac University School of Law, Hamden, Connecticut, J.D. summa cum laude - 2012 Honors: Valedictorian Honors: Academic Achievement Award (top grade in course) in the following classes: Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, Property, International Law, Theories of Punishment, Introduction to Mediation, Legal Skills I & II Law Review: Quinnipiac Law Review, Publications Editor

College: Saint Anselm College, Manchester, New Hampshire B.A. magna cum laude - 2009 Honors: Presidential Scholar Major: Politics

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Practice Areas: Civil Litigation, Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Appellate Practice, Consumer Contract Disputes

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Attorney Scholfield has quickly developed a general practice involving both civil and criminal litigation. Attorney Scholfield also works with the firm’s Appellate Group, with a focus on Appeals involving novel or complicated issues of law, providing these cases the time and attention they deserve in order to obtain favorable results for his clients. In his first year and a half at the Firm, Attorney Scholfield argued and briefed cases before both the Supreme and Appellate courts in Connecticut. Attorney Scholfield’s background has made him well-suited for handling cases that require extensive research and writing in order to address complicated problems, especially in the context of Appeals. In particular, Attorney Scholfield was the valedictorian of his class at Quinnipiac University School of Law, receiving numerous additional academic awards for during his time there. He was also Publications Editor on Quinnipiac Law Review, during which time an academic article written by Attorney Scholfield entitled "Was it a Surprise Attack? How the Second Circuit Used Civil Procedure to Diametrically Change 'Class of One' in Ruston v. Town Board," 30 Q.L.R. 163 (2011), was published. This article examines the intersection of Equal Protection Law and Federal Civil Procedure. Prior to joining the Firm, Attorney Scholfield took a research and writing position working for the Judges of the Superior Court, during which time he performed research on more than sixty matters, including matters on the Complex Litigation Docket. In the past, Attorney Scholfield has also worked for a Federal Judge and the American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut. Prior to law school Attorney Scholfield studied politics and philosophy at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, his mother's home town. Attorney Scholfield was born and spent his childhood in Albuquerque, New Mexico, before to moving to New England in 2005. Attorney Scholfield has made Connecticut his home since 2009. In his free time, he enjoys camping and running, and is also an amateur brewer.

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