Danielle holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice from Griffith University.
She has worked in the practice for the past 3 years gaining experience in a wide range of criminal, traffic and domestic violence matters.
Her interests in criminal law grew when she participated in Griffith University’s Innocence Project, a pro bono service committed to freeing innocent persons who have been wrongly convicted in Australia. It was here that she was able to get hands on experience with how the criminal justice system works, and the problems that can stem from it.
Danielle is thorough and frank in her dealings with clients, ensuring that they understand every nuance of their matter, how it will proceed through the criminal justice system and all the options which are available.