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Danielle is a Senior Associate at our Gold Coast office, and is the newest member of our team. Danielle graduated from Bond University in 2014, subsequent to completing a Bachelor of Criminology and Bachelor of Laws with honours. Danielle was admitted as a practitioner of the Queensland Supreme Court in 2015, and practices exclusively in criminal law, including appeals and confiscations matters.
Danielle has involvement in minor and serious matters, ranging from traffic offences and applications for Work Licences and Special Hardship Orders, to drug charges including possession, supply, trafficking and production, murder and attempted murder, armed robberies, frauds and sexual offences. She deals with matters in every jurisdiction, and continues to have involvement in some of the most high-profile and complex criminal matters in Queensland.
Danielle appears in Court throughout Queensland and New South Wales on a daily basis, which has allowed her to attain extensive experience and maintain her ongoing relationships within various Courts. She also regularly appears at the Crime and Corruption Commission, which is beneficial for clients who are summoned and are unaware of the vastly different procedures of the Commission.
Outside of work, Danielle has had involvement in the provision of pro bono legal services at the Gold Coast Community Legal Centre, and actively participates in QPILCH fundraisers in support of Queensland’s legal fraternity and the community’s access to legal representation.
Bachelor of Criminology, Bond University
Bachelor of Laws with honours, Bond University
Admitted as a practitioner of the Queensland Supreme Court