The Law Office of Danielle Coysh
Personal and Professional Advocacy
Respected for her careful attention to the individual needs of each client, her ability to develop and execute complex, client-tailored legal strategies, and her advocacy-based research and writing, Ms. Coysh provides every client with a comprehensive, personalized approach to achieve superior results.
Ms. Coysh's leadership and scholarship, often recognized by her colleagues, led them to elect her as President of the Suffolk County Criminal Bar Association. The Suffolk County Criminal Bar Association is the only bar association in New York State comprised of members of the judiciary, the District Attorney's Office, and defense bar. In 2021, Ms. Coysh had the privilege moderating the Suffolk County District Attorney Candidate Debate between then District Attorney Timothy D. Sini and current District Attorney Raymond A. Tierney.
Ms. Coysh is also a Director of the Suffolk County Bar Association, one of the largest voluntary Bar Associations in the State of New York. Prior to being elected Director, Ms. Coysh served on the Judicial Screening Committee and as Co-Chair of the Criminal Law Committee. Ms. Coysh now serves as the Board liaison to both the Criminal Law and County Court Committee.
In 2022, Ms. Coysh earned the distinction of being a Super Lawyer. In 2019, Ms. Coysh's peers also recognized her as one of the handful of attorneys in all of New York State to deserve the honor of being a Super Lawyer ‘Rising Star' for her professional achievements.
Prior to entering private practice, Ms. Coysh was a staff attorney with The Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County, Criminal Division, where she was later hired as a Supervising Attorney for its District Court Bureau.
Ms. Coysh began her legal career in Boston, Massachusetts where she practiced criminal law at a boutique firm upon graduation. During her tenure, Ms. Coysh assisted in the freeing of a wrongfully convicted man who spent twenty-two years in prison for a crime he did not commit.
- Suffolk University Law School, J.D.
- Northeastern University, B.S.
- Director, Suffolk County Bar Association, 2022 to Present
- President of the Suffolk County Criminal Bar Association, 2021 to 2022
- Moderator of the 2021 candidate debate for the Office of Suffolk County District Attorney
- First Vice President of the Suffolk County Criminal Bar Association, 2020 to 2021
- Second Vice President of the Suffolk County Criminal Bar Association, 2019 to 2020
- Secretary of the Suffolk County Criminal Bar Association, 2017 to 2019
- Member of the Board of Directors of the Suffolk County Criminal Bar Association, 2015 to 2017
- Suffolk County Bar Association, Judicial Screening Committee, 2021 to 2022
- Co-Chair of the Criminal Law Committee, Suffolk County Bar Association, 2021 to Present
- Suffolk County Foreclosure Referee, 2018 to Present
- Small Claims / No Fault Arbitrator, 2021 to Present
- New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, 2019 to Present
- Girl Scouts of America, Girl Scout Leader, 2021 to Present
Current Employment Position
- Principal and Founder
- The Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County, Staff Attorney
- Car Accidents
- Drug Violations
- Criminal Law
- Personal Injury
- Family Law
- New York
- U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York
- Super Lawyers, Rising Star, 2019
- Super Lawyers, Super Lawyer, 2022
Suffolk County Bar Association installation of Directors. Oath of Office administered by Andrew A. Crecca, District Administrative Judge of Suffolk County
Swearing in as Suffolk County Criminal Bar Association President. Oath administered by Andrew A. Crecca, District Administrative Judge of Suffolk County
District Attorney Timothy D. Sini (left), Danielle Coysh ( SCCBA President / debate moderator), Current District Attorney Raymond A. Tierney (right)
Suffolk County Criminal Bar President, Danielle Coysh, awarding the Hon. Patricia Grant Flynn with the prestigious 2021 Judge of the Year Award.
Suffolk County District Attorney Candidate Debate (2021)