Daniel L. Owel has been practicing law since 1995 when he was admitted to the Maryland Bar, and focuses his practice exclusively on all aspects of family/domestic law. In 1996 he was admitted to the Bars in the District of Columbia, U.S. District Court, District of Maryland and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit, and in 1997 he was admitted to the U.S. District Court, District of Columbia. After a lengthy career in the health insurance industry, where he managed a unit of health care fraud investigators, Mr. Owel put himself through law school while working full time and also clerking at a prominent law firm in Montgomery County in the evenings. After his graduation from law school, Mr. Owel began his practice in civil litigation, representing various financial institution clients in courts throughout Maryland. Before long, he began concentrating his practice on handling exclusively family/domestic cases. He is an experienced litigator, but is equally adept at settling cases. Since his admission to practice law, Mr. Owel has volunteered his services to the Montgomery County Family Law Section of the Bar, the Montgomery County Pro Se Project and the Women's Law Center of Maryland.
Law School: University of Maryland, J.D., with honors, 1995
Undergraduate: University of Maryland, B.S., cum laude, 1991
Memberships: Montgomery County (Member, Family Law Section), Maryland State (Member, Family Law Section) and American (Member, Family Law Section) Bar Associations; District of Columbia and American (Member, Family Law Section) Bar Associations.
Biography: Associate Editor, Maryland Law Review, 1993-1995.
Reported Cases: Lubore v. RPM Associates, Inc., 109 Md. App. 312, 674 A.2d 547 (1996); Shenk v. Shenk, 860 A.2d 408 (2004).
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