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Danielle focuses her practice in all areas of environmental law, including litigation, permitting, remediation, and regulatory compliance. Danielle also assists clients with due diligence and environmental transactions.

Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, Danielle gained a deeper understanding of administrative law and regulatory proceedings by serving as an Attorney-Advisor to Administrative Law Judge Peter B. Silvain, Jr. During law school, Danielle was a research assistant to two professors, sat on the Moot Court Honor Board, and authored the 30th Annual Rendigs Products Liability Problem for the national competition hosted by University of Cincinnati.

Other Info About Danielle


Law School

University of Cincinnati, College of Law, J.D., 2017
cum laude

Undergraduate School

University of Pittsburgh, B.A., Politics-Philosophy, 2014
summa cum laude


Danielle served as a clerk for the court and judge below:

U.S Department of Labor, Administrative Law Judge Peter B. Silvain, Jr.

Bar Membership

Danielle is licensed to practice in the following states:

Ohio, 2019

Pennsylvania, 2017


Local & National Recognition

Order of the Barristers, 2017

J. Carro Consummate Advocate Award, 2017

Moot Court Intramural Competition: Overall Best Score, 2015

Professional Affiliations

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

Ohio State Bar Association

Cincinnati Bar Association

Major Publications

Danielle is an author of the following publications:

“The Hobby Protection Act’s Safeguards for Colonial Coinage.” The Colonial Newsletter, vol. 56, no. 2 (2016)