December 04, 2012 - Boston, MA
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On December 4, Kendra Kinscherf and Daniel T. Janis participated as jurors at the Evening of Mock Trials at the Moakley U.S. Courthouse. Discovering Justice and Citizen Schools' Evening of Mock Trials occurs each May and December after a ten-week Legal Apprenticeship Program, in which students from Boston public middle schools work with local attorneys to prepare cases for mock trial. Attorney mentors, family, and supporters gather to watch the student "attorneys" litigate cases before real judges and juries.
Kendra Kinscherf practices in the Litigation, Real Estate, and Employment areas and focuses on commercial, land use, real estate, environmental, and employment litigation. She also has experience in health, discrimination, employment, and corporate law. Prior to law school, Kendra worked for several nonprofit and environmental organizations assisting in real estate transactions, title reviews, and drafting proposed legislation.
Daniel Janis practices in the Business Law area. His practice includes representation of public and private companies in a range of financings, transactions and general corporate matters including mergers and acquisitions, syndicated commercial credit facilities, private equity placements, venture capital financings and joint ventures in a variety of industries. Before becoming an attorney, Dan was a Peace Corps volunteer in Mali, West Africa and a musician.
About Davis, Malm & D'Agostine, P.C.
Founded in 1979, Davis Malm is a premier mid-sized, full-service New England firm. The firm provides sophisticated, cost-effective legal representation to local, national, and international public and private businesses, institutions, and individuals in a wide spectrum of industries. The attorneys at the firm practice at the top level of the profession and deliver successful results to clients through direct partner involvement, responsive client service, and practical and creative problem solving.
Attorney mentors, family, and supporters gather to watch the student "attorneys" litigate cases before real judges and juries.