Daniel Izzo

Associate

Contact

T (703) 383-0100
F (703) 383-0101
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10533 Main Street
Fairfax, Virginia 22030

Practice Areas

Civil Litigation


Background & Experience

A native of New York, Mr. Izzo first moved to the D.C. Metro Area in 2002 while attending undergraduate studies at the University of Maryland in College Park where he also served on the University’s Central Judicial Board, tasked with adjudicating student conduct violations. Mr. Izzo graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Government & Politics in 2006.

Mr. Izzo moved to Williamsburg, Virginia and attended William & Mary Law School, the nation’s oldest law school. Mr. Izzo worked as a Graduate Research Fellow in William & Mary’s Center for Courtroom and Legal Technology, a program which encourages the use of advanced technology in court and other legal settings. Mr. Izzo also served first as a volunteer and then as Vice Director of William & Mary’s Student Legal Services, a program through which law students provided free legal information to William & Mary students and references to a local attorney for more in depth assistance. Mr. Izzo worked for both the Hampton, Virginia Commonwealth’s Attorney as well as the U.S. Attorney’s Norfolk Office during his law school tenure.

Following law school, Mr. Izzo returned to the D.C. Metro Area and has worked as a law clerk for the Alexandria Commonwealth’s Attorney, as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in the District of Columbia, and as a contract attorney for D.C. law firms working on complex civil litigation matters. Mr. Izzo is as comfortable in a conference room as he is in a courtroom and works to find the best solution for his client’s cases, whether that’s a negotiated settlement or a courtroom trial.

Mr. Izzo’s current practice focuses on general civil litigation matters. In his free time Mr. Izzo enjoys spending time with his wife and two young daughters.

Admitted to Practice

  • Virginia

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