Danielle read law at the University of Reading, graduating in 2014. She then went on to study the Legal Practice Course part-time, at the University of Law in Bristol, and achieved a Distinction overall, completing the course in May 2017. Her chosen electives on the course were Advanced Real Estate, Banking and Finance and Family Law and Practice.
Danielle joined QualitySolicitors Dunn & Baker in June 2017 as a trainee solicitor. She is currently undertaking her first seat in the Family department, assisting with a variety of matters including divorce and finance, and public and private law Children Act proceedings.
Prior to joining QualitySolicitors Dunn & Baker, Danielle worked as a paralegal in the Commercial Property department of a national law firm. During this time, she assisted other fee earners in the team with a variety of commercial property transactions including sales, purchases and landlord and tenant matters. She also worked in the firm’s Social Housing sector, where she assisted in acting for the Registered Providers in a variety of transactions including, interim and final staircasing, mortgagee in possessions, share re-sales, grant of shared ownership leases, deed of variations and licences to assign.
Danielle is due to qualify as a solicitor in March 2019.