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Daniel P. Bozzo Attorney Daniel P. Bozzo

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Address:
Valencia Office
25152 Springfield Court, Suite 345,
Valencia, California 91355-1081

Phone: (661) 360-1211
Fax: 661.554.7088
Email: dbozzo@dywlaw.com

Daniel P. Bozzo is an associate attorney in the Valencia office of Donahoe Young & Williams LLP, directing his practice toward consumer and business bankruptcy, litigation, and business law. Mr. Bozzo was admitted to the California Bar in 2008 and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court (Northern and Central Districts of California). He is member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the Santa Clarita Valley Bar Association.

Mr. Bozzo graduated from the University of Southern California in 1980 where he received a bachelor’s degree in political science. After college, he worked as a broadcast journalist, news gatherer, writer and producer in radio and television. Mr. Bozzo received his J.D. from Monterey College of Law in 2003.

While in Law School, Mr. Bozzo was a law clerk at the Monterey County Public Defender’s office. Before joining Donahoe Young & Williams LLP in 2021, Mr. Bozzo practiced law in the areas of consumer bankruptcy, family law and criminal defense in Northern California.

Mr. Bozzo has served as a board member for Dorothy’s Place soup kitchen in Monterey County, and was awarded Legal Partner status by the Monterey County Rape Crisis Center in 2019, recognizing his pro bono work for victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault in civil domestic violence restraining order cases. He has taught law, politics and government courses to high school and college students, encouraging young people to participate in “government by citizens.”