“My aim is to ensure just resolutions for all parties involved in litigation, in an expeditious and fair manner. My attention to detail and calculated approach in my analysis of every case ensures that the relevant issues are identified and I can take a focused, measured approach while acting as a passionate advocate on my clients’ behalf.”
Danielle joined Flaherty McCarthy LLP after working at a mid-sized litigation firm. Her practice includes subrogation, tort bodily injury, accident benefits, and experience working with private clients. She frequently appears before the Superior Court of Justice in matters including applications, civil actions, and assessment hearings. She has argued hearings before the Licence Appeals Tribunal and prides herself on her ability to conduct both written and oral hearings.
Prior to working in Toronto, Danielle worked with a legal charity in the UK, advocating on behalf of detainees in the Middle East and North Africa as well as detainees of Guantanamo Bay.
Called to the Ontario Bar, 2018
LL.M. University College of London 2015
LL.B. BPP University 2014
B.A. (Hons), University of Toronto 2012
Ontario Bar Association
Women’s Law Association of Ontario
Canadian Defence Lawyers