Danielle obtained her J.D. from the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University.
During law school, Danielle competed in the 2023 Laskin Moot in Canadian administrative and constitutional law, where she was awarded First Place Pair, First Place Factum, and First Place Overall School. She also received the Nathalie Goyette Prize in Tax Law and the Robert Batt Memorial Award in Constitutional Law. Danielle was a student representative on the Teaching and Teaching Evaluation Committee at Schulich, and a student editor on the Dalhousie Law Journal. In addition to her J.D., she also earned a Specialization Certificate in Aboriginal and Indigenous Law from Schulich.
Prior to law school, Danielle attended the University of British Columbia and received a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations. While at UBC, she played as a goaltender on the Varsity Women’s Hockey Team and worked as a goalie coach for young athletes.
In her spare time, Danielle enjoys playing sports, watching musicals, and listening to podcasts.