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Daniel is founder and principal lawyer at Avant Law PC. Daniel’s mission is to make the law comprehensible and accessible through the use of technology and innovative business practices. In addition to managing Avant Law, Daniel is an adjunct professor at the University of Ottawa law school, where he supervises and instructs a practicum course focused on experiential learning, innovation, and access to justice.
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Creativity isn’t a quality typically associated with law firms. But we’re going change that. Whether it’s thinking creatively about how we do business or innovating new ways to deliver services, creativity is a core value of Avant Law.
We are committed to running a low-overhead and high-efficiency law practice. We believe in using technology and ingenuity to reduce some of the costs that make hiring a lawyer difficult for many people and small organizations.
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