Danielle has been with the firm since 2020, as a summer student, articling student, and finally graduating to an Associate role. She has assisted unionized and non-unionized employers in a broad range of industries, with a view of providing proactive solutions to limit risk and liability.
Danielle earned her law degree from Western University. During her time at Western Law Danielle competed in moot court competitions and was an active member of Western’s women in the law mentorship program, all while concurrently running her own small businesses. Prior to attending Western she graduated in 2017 from Carleton University with honours. At Carleton she was a member of the debate and equestrian team.
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