Danielle became a full-time associate at DTC in July of 2016. Danielle has worked at DTC as a part-time attorney while pursuing her LL.M. in Taxation and was a legal intern with the firm during law school.
Danielle received a Bachelors’ of Arts in Economics from Saint Anselm College and a Masters of Arts in Economics from the University of New Hampshire. Pursing a graduate degree in Economics allowed Danielle to acquire significant knowledge of mathematics, which is helpful in working on cases involving tax or valuation issues.
Danielle earned her law degree from the University of New Hampshire School of Law where she graduated in the top ten percent of her class. While in law school, Danielle was selected for the Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program and had the opportunity to gain hands on, client based training to complement the standard law school curriculum.
Danielle received an LL.M. in Taxation from Boston University School of Law in 2016. Danielle’s knowledge of tax law, economics and mathematics, gives her a unique perspective as an attorney.
Outside of the office, Danielle enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends and running.
Danielle will assist the Firm’s Business, Estate Planning, Municipal, Land Use and Litigation clients.