Danielle accepts instructions in the Youth, Crown and Magistrate’s court and provides representation for defendants in all areas of criminal law and associated work.
Prior to commencing pupillage, Danielle worked as a paralegal in a boutique law firm specialising in criminal defence and as a barrister’s clerk. She also worked at law reform charity JUSTICE as their criminal justice policy intern.
Whilst studying law at university, Danielle managed the Innocence Project; working on a range of criminal appeals and applications to the Criminal Case Review Commission. In recognition of her commitment to the project, she was nominated for the Chancellor’s Medal upon graduation.
As an experienced debater, Danielle also mentors for educational charity Debate Mate; teaching the skill of debate to both young people and adults, nationally and internationally.
Education and Awards
2015: Kalisher Trust scholar
2013: Lord Denning scholar, the Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
2013: Bar Professional Training Course, College of Law
2010: LLB (Hons), University of Sheffield
Criminal Bar Association Executive Committee
South Eastern Circuit
Howard League for Penal Reform
The Honorable Society of Lincoln’s Inn