Daniel I. Small’s expansive career provides the unique basis for his excellence as a teacher and author. His impressive body of work includes service with the U.S. Department of Justice, work as corporate general counsel for a national healthcare management firm and private practice with both small and large firms.
He may not have seen it all, but he’s seen a lot of what lawyers do — from varied and meaningful perspectives. In addition, he is a noted author for the American Bar Association (ABA), has served as Lecturer on Law at Harvard University and is a frequent television, radio and newspaper commentator on legal issues.
He is a partner at Holland & Knight, LLP in their Boston and Miami offices. He represents witnesses, plaintiffs and defendants in wide-ranging investigations and proceedings and in both civil and criminal litigation (including fraud, regulation, insider trading, revenue recognition and more).
Small is a member of The Florida Bar and the Massachusetts Bar. He is a 1979 graduate of Harvard Law School and a cum laude graduate of Harvard College. Dan has recently been inducted into the honorary society Litigation Counsel of America.