Hon. Daniel M. Crowley is a judge for the Los Angeles Superior Court in California. Crowley succeeded the Hon. Rita J. Miller when he was appointed to the bench by the former Gov. Jerry Brown on November 29, 2018.
Crowley graduated with a bachelor's degree from Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California in 1982 and went on to earn his J.D. from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1987.
After graduation Judge Crowley began his career as an Associate for the law firm Booth, Mitchel and Strange LLP and went on to become a Partner in the firm in 1992. He remained at the firm until his appointment to the Superior Court in 2018.
Crowley, an experienced trial and appellate lawyer, has presented cases before the California Court of Appeal, the California Supreme Court, as well as the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. His areas of expertise include personal injury, environmental, consumer rights, employment law, corporate law, and criminal law.
Crowley has served as the Trustee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association's (LACBA) Litigation Section, as well as chair of the LACBA chapter of the American Inns of Court. Some of his memberships include being on the Los Angeles County Superior Court's Central Civil Liaison Committee, the Bench Bar Relations Committee, the American Board of Trial Advocates, and the Los Angeles Irish American Bar Association.
J.D. from University of San Diego School of Law (1987)
B.A. from Santa Clara University (1982)
Associate at Booth, Mitchel and Strange LLP in Los Angeles County, CA (1987 to 1992)
Partner at Booth, Mitchel and Strange LLP in Los Angeles County, CA (1992 to 2018)