Daniel T. Marler (“Dan”) received his B.S. in Animal Science in 1998 from Louisiana Tech University. After working for the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services for 16 years, Dan decided to pursue a second career and attended New Orleans College of Law at Loyola University, where he received his J.D., magna cum laude, in 2023 and is now completing his LL.M. in Healthcare Law & Administration.
While attending Loyola, Dan competed on the Trial Advocacy team, where he won “Best Cross-Examination” at the 2023 Bayou Challenge. He also served as a member of both Moot Court and the Loyola Law Review, the latter of which published his authored work in the Spring 2022 edition.
After raising his family in South Louisiana, Dan returned home to Rapides Parish where he joined Gold, Weems, Bruser, Sues & Rundell, concentrating primarily on the defense of medical malpractice cases and healthcare law.