ABOUT

Daniel J. Canon is a civil rights lawyer, teacher, writer, speaker, consultant, and activist based primarily in Indiana and Kentucky. He is a professor of law at the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law and practices with Saeed & Little, LLP. Dan is consistently voted one of the region's top lawyers in the area of individual/constitutional rights. He has argued before the 6th and 7th circuit courts of appeals, the Kentucky Court of Appeals, and the Kentucky Supreme Court,and he is counsel of record on several published cases from those courts. Dan is best known as lead counsel for the Kentucky plaintiffs in the landmark Supreme Court case of Obergefell v. Hodges, counsel for the plaintiffs in the pioneering Kentucky and Indiana marriage equality cases of Bourke v. BeshearLove v. Beshear, and Love v. Pence, counsel for Miller v. Davis, the highly publicized case in which plaintiffs were refused marriage licenses in Rowan County, Kentucky, and counsel for the protesters in Nwanguma v. Trump. He is also counsel in a number of high-profile civil and constitutional rights cases involving wrongful convictions, abuse and overreach by law enforcement, and academic freedom. His writing has been featured in numerous publications, including The National Law Journal, Above the Law, Salon, Slate, Louisville's LEO Weekly, and Indianapolis's NUVO. He has been quoted and profiled extensively in Time, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Nightline, The New York Times, and many other national and international news sources. He is currently producing a series of short documentaries called Midwesticism, which profiles activists in Indiana and surrounding areas. His book entitled PLEADING OUT: How Plea Bargaining Creates a Permanent Criminal Class, is now available for preorder.

DANIEL J. CANON
Saeed & Little, LLP
#189-133 W. Market St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317.721.9214

Daniel J. Canon
Saeed & Little, LLP
189-133 W. Market St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317.721.9214

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