Attorney Daniel F. Chwalisz II is happily married to his wife Helen, a high school teacher and an artist. He is the proud dad of three rescued dogs and a mouse.
In his spare time, he enjoys getting outside and enjoying all that wild Florida has to offer whether it be kayaking, hiking, fishing or sneaking in a round of golf. He is also an avid sports fan, especially of baseball.
Contact the Aaronson Law Firm today to arrange a free consultation with Daniel F. Chwalisz II.
Legal positions held
Law Clerk Intern for the Honorable Marc L. Lubet, 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, (Orlando, Florida)
Drafted the Order on Defendants Motion in Limine, State v. Casey, 2016 WL 9229840 (2016).
Co-drafted with Michael Adriano, Esq. signed and ordered by Judge Marc Lubet, March 18, 2016.
Intern for the State’s Attorney’s Office for the 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, (Orlando, Florida)
Juris Doctorate, Barry University School of Law (Orlando, Florida) 2016
Book Award Recipient in Constitutional Law
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, University of North Florida (Jacksonville, Florida) 2006
Order of Omega- Greek Honor Society
2006 UNF Greek Man of the Year
Interfraternity Council President
Academic Papers Presented at Conference
“Taking the Bench Behind the Plate: Umpires as Judges: How Major League Baseball’s Rules for Replay Review Compare to the Rules of United States Federal Court”. Presented at the Cooperstown Symposium for Baseball and American Culture, at the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, New York, 2016
“#Tweet Me Out to the Ball Game; Check Me Into the Crowd: an analysis of Major League Baseball’s Use of Social Media”. Presented at the Cooperstown Symposium for Baseball and American Culture, at the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, New York, 2017. Coauthored and presented with Thomas Patrick Edens, Esq.
Legal Academic Research Areas and Papers
“Finding an Effective Remedy to Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, Where the Ineffectiveness Caused the Defendant to Wrongfully Reject a Plea Offer”
“Finding an Independent Measure of Judicial Ideology Derived from Interest Group Participation in Supreme Court Nominees’ Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings”