Daniela Tarolli offers a compelling combination of compassion, intelligence, and tenacity, which serves her practice well in environmental law and complex government contracting. Daniela is also a member of Whitcomb|Selinsky’s litigation department.
Daniela earned her Juris Doctorate degree at Vermont Law School, where she was the treasurer of the Environmental Law Society and worked as a staff editor and events editor for the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law. While in school, she drafted reflective legal papers on environmental impacts for CMBG3 Law and their surrounding legal issues. She also successfully handled zoning, variances, and local municipal ordinances during her summer internship for a local law firm, and aided in the firm’s efforts to help a small municipality battle a large wind turbine company.
Daniela developed her interest in representing the underdog by helping indigent clients at the South Royalton Legal Clinic in Vermont. Her experiences paved the way to practicing in the government contracting realm, where smaller businesses are typically up against a large government agency with near-unlimited resources. Daniela is an attorney with a big heart, and not just for her clients. She has spent time working for a nonprofit organization, PEACE Inc, in Syracuse, New York; and volunteering at Toys for Tots and local animal shelters, where she found her beloved dog, Teddy.
When she’s not advocating for her clients, Daniela enjoys spending her free time on the golf course, at home cooking, and taking her dog to the park.