Daniel Greene became an associate attorney at Swope, Rodante P. A. soon after graduating law school in 2017. Originally from Cooper City, FL, he attended Bowdoin College in Brunswick where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Government and Legal Studies in 2014. He later moved back down to Florida where he earned his Juris Doctor graduating magna cum laude from the University Of Florida Levin College Of Law.
During his undergrad career, Mr. Greene participated in Bowdoin’s baseball and golf teams for all four years. He exemplified high qualities of character, sportsmanship, and enthusiasm for the game of baseball and was awarded the Francis S. Dane Baseball Trophy.
Mr. Greene was able to develop exceptional research and writing skills while in law school. He was a teaching assistant in legal writing and appellate advocacy, a volunteer tutor, and Book Award Recipient for legal research. Additionally, Mr. Greene was forum editor of the Florida Law Review and authored The Right to “Cure” a Child’s Homosexuality?: A Constitutional Analysis of State Laws Banning Sexual Orientation Change Efforts on Minor, published by the Florida Law Review Forum in 2016.
As a legal intern at the American Civil Liberties Union, a non-profit organization, Mr. Greene was able to demonstrate his work by preparing motions, deposition outlines and legal memoranda in a broad range of cases as well as have the opportunity to be a strong advocate for the LGBT community.
His previous endeavors and understanding of legal concepts have primed him to begin his new role as an associate attorney at Swope, Rodante P. A. Mr. Greene’s devotion to truth and justice allow him to approach each case in an effective and efficient manner to help our clients receive justice and a successful recovery.
- Recipient of Book Award for Legal Research, UF College of Law, 2015
- Teaching Assistant for Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy, UF College of Law, 2015-2016
- Forum Editor, Florida Law Review, 2016
- Recipient of Francis S. Dane Baseball Trophy, Bowdoin College, 2014
- Recipient of Pro Bono Certificate, University of Florida Levin College of Law, 2017
- Member, Florida State Bar, 2017-Present
- Volunteer Tutor for Civil Procedure and Constitutional Law, UF College of Law, 2016
- The Right to “Cure” a Child’s Homosexuality?: A Constitutional Analysis of State Laws Banning Sexual Orientation Change Efforts on Minors, Florida Law Review Volume 67, 2016