About Danielle

Danielle’s practice is focused on corporate finance and securities, mergers and acquisitions, and privacy law. Danielle works with both public and private companies. She has assisted startup clients in matters ranging from incorporation to financing rounds, assisted public companies with private placements, public offerings and continuous disclosure obligations, and drafted and reviewed privacy policies to ensure her clients comply with federal and provincial privacy legislation.

Throughout her academic career, Danielle acted as a peer mentor and educator, served on the university’s Judicial Board, and earned several scholarships and awards for her academic achievements, which include the following:

  •  Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP Prize for Highest Standing in Business Associations;
  • Henry B. Rhude Memorial Prize for Highest Standing in Secured Transactions;
  • Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP Prize for Highest Combined Standing in Business Associations, Commercial Law and Taxation;
  • The Honourable Richard B. Hanson Prize for Highest Standing in Constitutional Law;
  • W.A. Henry Prize for Highest Standing in Constitutional Law subjects);
  • W.S. O’Hara Prize for Highest Standing in Criminal Law);
  • Eunice W. Beeson Memorial Prize;
  • Legal Leaders for Diversity Trust Fund Scholarship;
  • John L. Harris Q.C. Memorial Scholarship;
  • Clifford Rae Achievement Award (2020; 2021); and
  • Schulich Scholarship in Law (2020; 2021).


  • J.D., Dalhousie University (2021)

Bar Admissions

  • Nova Scotia (2022)