Danielle earned her undergraduate degree from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2015, and she is currently pursuing her legal education as a member of the first cohort of the University of Dayton School of Law’s Hybrid Online J.D. Program. Her projected completion of the program is 2023, at which point she intends to enter general practice.
Danielle has eight years of experience as a paralegal across a broad range of practice areas, including trust and estate planning; probate law; real estate; business organizations; contracts; family law; general litigation; creditor’s rights in collection, foreclosure, and bankruptcy; and municipal and school law.
As she completes the second half of her juris doctorate, Danielle is gaining valuable practical experience at Patterson Law by attending trials, mediation, and depositions. She also provides in-office support on all types of matters, with a primary focus on trust and estate planning, probate and real estate matters, and closely held business organizations.
Danielle is a lifelong resident of Wabash, Indiana, where she resides with her husband and three children. In her limited free time, she enjoys writing, attending concerts and Purdue sporting events, and camping.