Daniel Peikes is an Associate at Keystone Law Group, P.C. Daniel started his career as an attorney working on litigation for school districts and large businesses. Immediately prior to joining Keystone, Daniel represented children in dependency court. In that capacity, he litigated hundreds of dependency cases and developed extensive experience conducting hearings and dependency trials.
During law school, Daniel worked for multiple litigation firms, for a United States District Court Judge, at the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office, and as a research assistant for a law professor and the vice dean. He also served as the Chief Managing Editor of the UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy.
Daniel enjoys solving legal problems and is passionate about helping people.
Daniel received his undergraduate degree in history from University of California Los Angeles and his law degree from UCLA School of Law.
Daniel enjoys spending time with his wife, swimming, cooking, and reading.