MARK DANIEL, ESQ.
Mark W. Daniel is the owner of Daniel Law Office, P.C. (Elmhurst). He has significant experience with local government law, zoning and land use, land development, real estate and title matters, civil litigation and appeals, as well as trademark, copyright and unfair competition. Mark’s clients include governmental and private entities and individuals from several states and his practice extends across Illinois.
Mark has assisted many not-for-profits, assembly uses and religious institutions in land development efforts and his municipal representation has included Broadview, Cicero, Diamond, Oak Brook, Oakbrook Terrace and Westmont. He has also worked for publicly-held and privately held developers on projects ranging from residential subdivisions to development efforts valued in the range of one billion dollars. He obtained his J.D. at The John Marshall Law School (1994, magna cum laude) and his B.S. from the University of Illinois (1990). He is admitted in Illinois and Ohio, the U.S. Supreme Court and various federal district courts in Illinois and Ohio.
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ISPU FELLOW, KATHLEEN E. FOLEY
Kathleen E. Foley, a Fellow at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU) and a Research Affiliate in Harvard University's Pluralism Project, is a PhD Candidate in Cornell University's Department of City and Regional Planning. She studies land use planning and conflict management in public processes. Her dissertation research, funded by the Graham Foundation for Advance Studies in the Fine Arts and the Barakat Foundation, focuses on the development of Islamic Centers in American suburbs. She is particularly interested in the civic engagement of immigrants via participation in public processes, as well as the influence of public negotiation and compromise on the evolution of a distinctly American form of mosque architecture. She is the author of two reports published by ISPU--"Building Mosques in America: Strategies for Securing Municipal Approvals" (a guide for faith communities) and "'Not in Our Neighborhood': Managing Opposition to Mosque Construction" (a guide for municipal officials). Ms. Foley received her BA in communications from Ithaca College, with minor studies in the history of Islamic architecture and urbanism, and holds an MA in historic preservation planning from Cornell University.