Attorney Roderick Daly, or “Rory” as he is known to friends and family, started his education at Damien High School, located in La Verne, California. He formed life-long friendships and is proud to have been part of the back-to-back CIF Championship winning soccer teams. He is also a proud Eagle Scout from Troop 655, located in Alta Loma, CA and credits his experiences with Scouting for helping him to develop his passion for community service.
Following his graduation from Damien, Mr. Daly took his talents to UCLA where he majored in History and graduated with honors. Mr. Daly continued his volunteer work at UCLA by participating in the Watts Tutorial Program, where he not only tutored but also shared his culinary expertise by providing his special chili to the students.
The story shifts North, as Mr. Daly was accepted to UC Hastings College of the Law, located in San Francisco, California. Mr. Daly continued serving his community by participating in GAAP (General Assistance Advocacy Project) where he helped low-income clients with a myriad of legal issues. During law school, Mr. Daly interned at the Los Angeles, San Mateo, and San Bernardino District Attorney’s Offices. He also completed an internship with the Honorable Katrina West of the San Bernardino Superior Court.
Following his graduation from UC Hastings, Mr. Daly moved back to the Inland Empire and joined the Law Offices of Michael A. Scafiddi, where he has worked for the past 7 years. During the past seven years, Mr. Daly has represented clients in numerous courts and jurisdictions including: San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange, Los Angeles, Mono, Kern, San Diego, Imperial, Ventura, San Mateo and Inyo Counties. In addition, he represented clients in both the Central and Southern U.S. District Courts and numerous administrative hearings.
“Rory believes in taking a holistic approach with each client. He seeks to address the person’s legal issues as well as other challenges in their life. His philosophy is that each client is an individual and deserves to be treated as such. He believes that compassionate lawyering is essential to not only good outcomes, but client satisfaction.”