Arts District DallasGil graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 1993. During college, Gil was inducted into Psi Chi National Honor Society. Gil graduated from South Texas College of Law in 1996. During law school, Gil was inducted into an honorary society, Phi Delta Phi, participated in mock trial and moot court, and was a judicial intern to the Court of Appeals for the Fourteenth District of Texas, and to the 113th District Court of Harris County, Texas, gaining invaluable experience working closely with judges and justices.

From 1996 through 2003, Gil gained invaluable experience trying many cases and working with some of the best trial lawyers in Texas on both sides of the bar. Gil founded The Law Office of Gil Daley, II, P.C. in 2003. Gil has achieved many great results for his clients, earning millions of dollars in verdicts, judgments, and settlements for some clients and successfully defending others. Gil has been voted one of the top plaintiff’s personal injury attorneys by his peers.

Gil has authored and presented papers at continuing legal education conferences concerning nursing home litigation and complex settlement agreements, and authored a paper that was presented at The University of Texas at Austin concerning health maintenance organization litigation in 1997.

Gil is licensed to practice in all Texas courts and before the United States Court of Federal Claims, Fifth Circuit, and Eastern, Northern, and Southern Districts of Texas. Gil has also been a member of Cambridge Who’s Who, Christian Trial Lawyers Association, Dallas and Tarrant County Bar Associations (has served on the Public Forum and Mock Trial Committees of the Dallas Bar Association), and is a Fellow of the Texas, Tarrant, and Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Bar Foundations. These Foundations provide support for legal services for the needy, and education for the public about the justice system. Gil has also served as Co-Chair of the DAYL’s International Law Conference Liaison Committee.

Gil has successfully mediated many cases involving a variety of disputes, has successfully represented hundreds of litigants on both sides of the docket, and continues to try cases on both sides of the docket in a variety of civil cases.