Daniela Tarolli offers a compelling combination of compassion, intelligence and tenacity, which serves her and her clients well since her focus is on the intricacies of environmental law and helping resolve complex government contracting issues. At Vermont Law School, where she earned her Juris Doctor degree, she was a member of the Environmental Law Society and also was the staff editor for the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law. Prior to that, she penned reflective legal papers on environmental impacts and the surrounding legal issues for CMBG3 Law in Boston.
Paving her way to practice in the government contracting realm where oftentimes smaller firms are battling the bureaucracy of big government, Daniela honed her skills as a champion for the underdog through her pro bono work for the South Royalton Legal Clinic in Vermont. There she handled a wide variety of civil litigation issues for low-income residents in the region. And should you be looking for an attorney with a big heart, she even made dog blankets for a local animal shelter.
For Scalfone Law PLLC in Syracuse, along with general environmental compliance issues, Daniela successfully dealt with zoning, variances, and local municipal ordinances for the wind turbine industry.
When she isn’t shredding opposing counsel, Daniela does so on her snowboard on the slopes and also loves to golf and paint.