Daniel H. Kline currently serves on the Roxbury Township Council and has the distinction of being the youngest elected Councilman in Roxbury’s 275+ year history. Daniel was elected to Council in November of 2015, which coincided with his first semester of Rutgers Law School - Newark. In May of 2018, Daniel earned his J.D. from Rutgers Law School; he was awarded the Eagleton Institute of Politics Governor’s Executive Fellowship, and advocated for community justice with the Rutgers Constitutional Rights Clinic. Daniel earned his B.A. in History and Political Science with a minor in Psychology from Rutgers College, Rutgers University – New Brunswick in 2010, during which time he competed as a pole vaulter on the Rutgers Track & Field team.

Before pursuing his legal education, Daniel built a strong background in government relations, public policy, and community affairs on a State and Federal level. Daniel gained valuable experience as a Legislative Aide for two New Jersey Congressmembers as well as a Member of the New Jersey Assembly. Prior to attending law school, Daniel was also a Health Policy Analyst for a 501(c)(3) non-profit focusing on rare inheritable diseases.

Daniel is admitted to practice law in New Jersey. His main areas of focus are: land use, zoning, regulatory compliance, administrative, and municipal law as well as general litigation.