Dani started as a summer law clerk at Broening Oberg Woods & Wilson in 2017 and began as an associate in 2018.
Before becoming a lawyer, Dani graduated from the University of Missouri in 2015, magna cum laude, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and a Minor in Business. She moved to Arizona to attend law school at Arizona State University.
In law school, Dani worked as a research scholar for the Center for Public Health Law & Policy, where she co-authored several publications on various public health related topics. She also served on the board for the Health Law Society and Jurimetrics. She spends most of her free time hanging out with her two dogs.
- Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, J.D. 2018
- William Pedrick Scholar
- Jurimetrics Journal of Law, Science, and Technology: Associate Editor, 2016-2017; Notes & Comments Editor, 2017-2018; Outstanding Mentor Award, 2018
- CALI Award Winner: Legal Method & Writing, 2015
- Legal Method & Writing TA, Professor Alyssa Dragnich, 2016
- The University of Missouri-Columbia
- Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Journalism 2015
- State Bar of Arizona, 2018
- U.S. District Court, District of Arizona, 2018
- Arizona Bar Association, Member 2018-Present
- Arizona Women Lawyers Association, Member 2018-Present
- Teen Lifeline, Golf Committee Member 2018-Present
- Co-Author, Emerging Legal Threats to the Public’s Health, JLME (Summer 2018 Issue)
- Co-Author, A Nation’s Response to the School Shooting in Parkland, Florida, The Network for Public Health Law Blog (Wed. Apr. 25, 2018)
- Co-Author, The Opioid Epidemic and the Future of Public Health Emergencies, ABA Health eSource (Jan. 2018)
- Co-Author, Redefining Public Health Emergencies: The Opioid Epidemic, Jurimetrics: The Journal for Law, Science and Technology (Fall 2017 Issue)
- Public Health Preemption Plus: Constitutional Affronts to Public Health Innovations, Ohio State Law Journal (Oct. 3, 2017)
- When Kids’ Lunches Get Schooled: Scaling Back the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act, The Network for Public Health Law Blog (Mon. Nov. 6, 2017)
- Reforming Federal Powers to Control Emerging Infectious Conditions: CDC’s Regulatory Proposals, ABA Health eSource 2016 (Jan. 9, 2017)