Daniel J. Lane is a Rule 1:40-12 approved mediator with over 80 hours of mediation training. Daniel is a partner and co-founder of the firm, Lane & Lane, LLC. Previously, he was an associate with the law firm of Steven R. Lane, P.C. Prior to joining Lane & Lane, LLC, Daniel interned for the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office where his responsibilities included preparing and arguing Appeals on behalf of the state.
Daniel graduated from Roger Williams University School of Law in 2007. While in law school, he achieved recognition for his dedication to community service, providing over 60 hours of pro bono work. In addition, Daniel received certification from Roger Williams School of Law for successful completion of the school’s Mediation program. Daniel also earned a B.A. in History from Muhlenberg College.
Daniel’s practice has largely been dedicated to family law, representing individuals in divorce, custody, post judgment, and domestic violence matters throughout the State of New Jersey. He also has experience handling Appellate matters.
Since Daniel began practicing, he exhibited a dedication to representing those who could not afford an attorney, acting as a volunteer for Legal Services of Northwest Jersey. In 2010, he was awarded the Equal Justice Medal for his pro bono representation of low income clients in Family Law cases. Daniel serves as volunteer on the Somerset County Matrimonial Early Settlement Panel, a selection of experienced Family Law attorneys chosen by the court to help assist litigants in a divorce case find a way to resolve their financial issues amicably.
In addition to family law, Daniel has experience representing clients in municipal matters, estates, preparation of wills, and civil litigation.
Roger Williams University School of Law
Bristol, Rhode Island – 2007
B.A., Major: History
Past Employment Positions
Steven R. Lane, P.C., Associate
Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office, Intern
Pro Bono Activities
Volunteer, Legal Services of Northwest Jersey, 2009 – Present