Daryle F. Houston
Daryle focuses his practice on Asbestos/Toxic Tort litigation. Prior to joining the firm, he served as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Wayne County. During his time at the Prosecutor’s Office, he was assigned to the Special Victims Unit. He has successfully prosecuted hundreds of domestic violence cases, trying dozens to verdict in both, district, and circuit court.
During law school, he interned for the Hon. Donovan Frank, Senior U.S. District Judge, District of Minnesota. His time with Judge Frank exposed him to the procedure of complex litigation. He gained valuable research and writing experience, which included drafting a published opinion addressing a constitutional challenge to a municipal zoning ordinance.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Mitchell Hamline School of Law
State Bar of Michigan
ACCOMPLISHMENTS & AWARDS
Board of Editors: Journal of Public Law and Policy (2013-2014)
Associate: Journal of Public Law and Policy (2012-2013)
President: Black Law Students Association (2012-2013)
Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers Scholar (2011, 2012)