A native of Dallas, Texas,

Daniel Clancy

Daniel Clancy began his career in The Dallas County District Attorney’s Office in 1992. During a 5 year term with the D.A.s office, Mr. Clancy tried hundreds of criminal cases ranging from D.W.I. to Capital Murder. He quickly established a reputation for being an excellent trial attorney with an advanced understanding of the rules of evidence and courtroom procedure.

Daniel Clancy, in 1999, was elected Judge of County Criminal Court #1 of Dallas County, and in 2005, Daniel Clancy was appointed by The Governor of Texas to preside over one of Dallas County’s newest felony benches: Criminal District Court #6. For over 7 years, Daniel Clancy presided over thousands of criminal cases. In 2001, and in 2002, Daniel Clancy was elected by the Dallas County Criminal Court Judges to serve as their Presiding Judge. White Collar Crimes, Child Abuse Cases, Aggravated Robbery, Sexual Assault, Drug Offenses, D.W.I., and Capital Murder are all examples of the types of cases Mr. Clancy has tried and/or presided over. Over 25 years in the Texas Criminal Justice System, as a Prosecutor, Judge, and Defense Attorney, give Daniel Clancy a unique perspective to criminal matters that few in Texas can claim.

The Clancy Law Group was established by Mr. Clancy in 2018 in an effort to address the needs of Texas business entities, and individuals, entering the Texas Cannabis Market. Whether it's Medical Marijuana, Hemp, or CBD, The Clancy Law Group will address the legal and regulatory issues involved with a high standard and professional approach.

Daniel Clancy


Daniel Clancy was voted one of the Best Lawyers
in Dallas in 2008 & 2013

by D Magazine, A-V Rated by Martindale-Hubbel

Dalla's Best Criminal Defense Lawyers AV Preeminent - Martindale-Hubbel Lawyer Rating Attorney at Law - Magazine - Contributing Editor AV Preeminent - Highest Possible Rating in Both Legal Ability & Ethical Standards
Chelsie Spencer

Of Counsel to the Clancy Law Group

Chelsie Spencer

Chelsie Spencer serves as Of Counsel to the Clancy Law Group for civil matters related to medical cannabis and industrial hemp, including formation, licensing, regulatory compliance, and commercial litigation. Her practice focuses on intellectual property, both trademark and copyright, and related complex commercial. She handles both transactional and litigation matters for clients and has tried numerous cases to verdict in both state and federal court.

Mrs. Spencer focuses her practice on the medical marijuana, cannabidiol, kratom, and industrial hemp industries, among others, and represents clients within those industries for their intellectual property, business, and compliance matters. She represents numerous businesses across the United States in the cannabidiol, kratom, and industrial hemp industries and manages worldwide trademark portfolios on their behalf. She is very active in monitoring legislative activity within these fields and frequently writes, speaks, and presents on issues affecting these industries across the United States.

Mrs. Spencer is an Associate member of the Honorable Barbara M. G. Lynn American Inn of Court. She sits on the substantive Trademark Committee for the Intellectual Property Section of the State Bar of Texas and she serves as the marketing and outreach sub-chair for the Dallas Bar Association’s Community Involvement Committee.

Chelsie is licensed in both Texas and Florida and in the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas and the Southern District of Florida. She earned her law degree from the University of Miami, where she was a member of the Charles C. Papy Moot Court Board and an outstanding merit scholar.



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