A Broader Perspective
Law Office of Nora Daniels’ founder Attorney Nora Daniels is a seasoned litigator and mediator serving Massachusetts. She is a married mother of two children. Outside of her law practice, her interests include volunteer activities, such as supporting the Reach Program based in Waltham, MA. Nora Daniels enjoys hiking, collecting art, reading, working out at Barre classes, gardening, and landscape design.
She is a former equestrian, having ridden in the United States as a Medal McClay contender and having ridden steeplechase in Europe.
Assisted Special Needs Kids
Nora Daniels graduated with distinction from New England School of Law after graduating summa cum laude from Wheaton College. She was a Dana Scholar and Phi Beta Kappa member at Wheaton College. Nora worked with special needs and abused kids and interned as a Clerk at the Rhode Island Superior Court in Law School.
Personal & Direct Contact
After serving as a Litigation Partner at Portnoy and Greene, Nora Daniels has returned to her practice to be in direct contact with her clients to resolve their legal matters with compassion and concern. In addition to Nora’s thirty years of courtroom experience, she is also highly skilled in Mediation and Collaborative Law. When you choose the Law Office of Nora Daniels, you will benefit from our experience, problem-solving skills, and ability to quickly adapt to changes in the legal field. While you are our client, you can feel confident that we will always be in contact with you and be highly responsive to your questions, needs, and concerns, supporting you in resolving your legal matters. We also offer remote services, evening, and weekend appointments.
Nora is a member of the Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation (MCFM), the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council (MCLC), and the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR). She is also a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA), the Women Lawyers Network (WLN), the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC), and the American Bar Association (ABA).