City attorney Daniela Jampel, fired after confronting Adams on tot masks, repped NYC in high-profile cases

The city Law Department attorney who was fired after confronting Mayor Eric Adams over the kiddie mask mandate had repped Gotham in a slew of high-profile cases before being canned, court records show.

Daniela Jampel — who was booted from her job Monday less than an hour after she crashed an Adams’ press conference to demand he “unmask our toddlers” — had bashed the city when tweeting about her legal work Friday.

That put her solidly in the cross-hairs of higher-ups, who decided the next day she needed to be fired, multiple sources said — after 16 months of her criticizing the city’s pandemic school closures and

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