George is the founder, President and Managing Partner of DNG Law. He completed his B.Soc.Sc. with Honours, Specialization in Criminology, at the University of Ottawa in 2008, graduating with magna cum laude honours. He was on the Faculty of Social Science Dean’s Honour List throughout the entirety of his undergraduate program, maintaining his sizeable scholarship throughout his entire undergraduate studies. As a result, he earned a lifetime membership to the Golden Key International Honours Society. Due to his academic achievements, George also received entry scholarships upon being admitted to the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law, Common Law section in 2008.
Throughout his legal studies, George interned at legal tribunals to engage in the litigation process. He obtained his Juris Doctor (J.D.) law degree from the University of Ottawa in 2011 and thereafter articled at a local Ottawa law firm, representing the interests of his clients diligently, while receiving great regard and obtaining exceptional results.
George was called to the bar in 2012 and he is also a Notary Public in the Province of Ontario. He has successfully appeared and supported counsel before the Small Claims Court, the Superior Court of Justice and the Federal Court.
Contact George today at George@dnglaw.ca
Daniel is a partner of DNG Law. He completed his B.Soc.Sc. with Honours, Specialization in Criminology, at the University of Ottawa in 2007, graduating with magna cum laude honours. During his undergraduate studies, Daniel was often recognized for his academic achievements. In particular, he earned a sizeable entrance scholarship to his program of choice at the University of Ottawa, a position on the Faculty of Social Science Dean’s Honour List, and a lifetime membership to the Golden Key International Honours Society.
Prior to studying law, Daniel received a full scholarship to the Master of Arts, Criminology program at the University of Ottawa in 2007. During his Masters studies, Daniel was employed as a teaching assistant/lecturer and taught numerous undergraduate courses on the topic of crime prevention and social development.
In 2009, Daniel chose to pursue a career in law and enrolled at the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa. In recognition of his academic performance in the area of dispute resolution (negotiation, mediation, and advocacy), Daniel was offered a position in the Faculty of Law’s exclusive Alternative Dispute Resolution Program in 2010, where he mentored other law students and helped administer the dispute resolution course to first year students. Daniel subsequently earned a position on the University of Ottawa Mediation Moot Team, and competed in an international mediation competition in Chicago, Illinois in 2012, hosted by the InterNational Academy of Dispute Resolution. Daniel and his colleagues won third place overall for best individual advocates-clients at the competition, out of one hundred and fifty international competitors, and as a result he earned the World Honours designation in dispute resolution. Daniel obtained his Juris Doctor (J.D.) law degree from the University of Ottawa in 2012, formally being awarded with a specialization in dispute resolution and earning a position on the Faculty of Law Dean’s Honour List.
Daniel was called to the Ontario bar in 2013, and he is also a Notary Public in the Province of Ontario. He has successfully appeared before the Small Claims Court, the Superior Court of Justice, as well as various administrative tribunals such as the Landlord and Tenant Board.
Contact Daniel today at Daniel@dnglaw.ca