Danielle N. Finney
Though conducting legal research isn't Danielle's only passion, it's certainly one that has pushed her legal education and career. What drives this passion for legal research is finding new and innovative ways to help our clients. Nothing makes Danielle smile more than helping our client's business thrive and grow.
Danielle has been training and readying her research skills in business and criminal law to benefiting all clients no matter how tough the case may be. Danielle developed her research skills on the staff of two legal journal publications. After showing excellence in legal research and writing, she was promoted to Student Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Law Business & Ethics and the Senior Articles Editor of University of La Verne Law Review.
Danielle has always had a heart for advocacy and service to others. She was elected by her peers to Leadership Positions with the Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF). During that time, she helped create a charity auction to raise funds supporting student efforts to advance public interest and pro bono legal work. Recognizing her passion to support others, Danielle was nominated and elected by her peers as the 3L (Third Year) Representative on the board of the Student Bar Association.
Danielle takes part in many professional legal societies in the Inland Empire that promote excellence and the ethical practice of law. She has enjoyed participating in the San Bernardino Christian Legal Society and in the San Bernardino Inns of Court where she met Mr. Anderson.
Danielle of course has other non-legal passions including playing softball at the recreational level and the more competitive travel, and collegiate levels. Now, Danielle's competitive outlet is in the courtroom and the occasional videogame when she is waiting for a trial. Her online gaming has only increased her passion for helping clients with their online businesses and digital presence. She has a great interest in modern internet history, developments in online communications, speech, publication, and internet laws.
- Bachelor of Arts, History, La Sierra University
- Juris Doctorate, University of La Verne College of Law
- Montecristo Classic Series