Daniel E. Granfield is an Associate at Sulloway & Hollis. He works with a broad base of clients, including businesses, public entities, insurance companies, non-profit organizations, and individuals in business, regulatory, and litigation matters. Dan joined the firm in 2022 and works in our Concord, NH office.
Dan received his Juris Doctor from West Virginia University College of Law in Morgantown, West Virginia. Dan is an Order of Barristers recipient, which recognizes graduating law students and practicing lawyers who demonstrate exceptional skill in trial advocacy, oral advocacy, and brief writing.
Dan graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a B.A. in Economics & Political Science. He was a Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity member and played Div. 1 Club Hockey.
Prior to law school, Dan worked in Washington, DC for the US House of Representatives. He then joined the political consulting firm Allegiance Strategies, where he represented and advocated for a variety of clients’ interests to members of both the House and Senate and the national media.
While in law school, Dan kept busy with a variety of work and extracurricular activities. He competed on the National Moot Court team, won the WVU Moot Court Competition at the West Virginia Supreme Court, and organized the National Energy and Sustainability Moot Court Competition hosted by WVU. He was a clinical law student at the WVU Immigration Law Clinic, where he provided hands-on legal representation to individuals on a wide array of immigration matters to the immigration courts and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Throughout law school, he interned with the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, DC, and the Connecticut Attorney General’s Office in Hartford, CT.
In his spare time, Dan continues to enjoy playing hockey in a weekly league. You can also find him on the golf course, fishing with his family, or hiking one of the many NH trails.