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Daniel A. Soso

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Daniel A. Soso


Daniel Soso is an associate in the firm’s Real Estate, Construction and Environmental law practice, concentrating in various stages of the real estate life cycle, including sales and acquisitions, leasing, and financing of both commercial and residential properties. Daniel drafts, reviews, and negotiates a wide range of construction contracts for owners, contractors, and professionals.

Daniel has a strong background in construction beginning his professional career as a project manager renovating hotels and hospitals in the greater Chicagoland area. Prior to joining the firm, he worked in Washington, D.C.’s Office of the Attorney General providing legal counsel to government officials specifically addressing issues regarding mortgage foreclosure and sale of government property. While in Washington, Daniel also worked for a public affairs firm, handling a wide variety of federal matters including advocating for clients’ interests with the Department of Housing and Urban Development.



  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – B.S. Civil Engineering - 2011

Law School:

  • Georgetown University Law Center – J.D. - 2016



  • Giles S. Rich American Inn of Court

Bar Admissions:

  • Illinois
  • New York
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