Danielle also assists with national litigation targeting the distribution and deceptive marketing of prescription painkillers, alleged to be a direct cause of the opioid epidemic.
Prior to joining Motley Rice, Danielle was a legal intern for the University of South Carolina Office of Compliance Services where she researched NCAA cases and bylaws, monitored student-athlete and coach compliance, and drafted violations and waivers.
Danielle gained valuable experience through internships with multiple municipal offices, including the City of Charleston Office of Corporation Counsel, the Office of Media Relations for the City of Charleston, and the Charleston County Public Defender’s Office.
Additionally, while pursuing her studies at the University of South Carolina School of Law, Danielle performed extensive research in the area of products liability law and edited numerous textbooks while serving as a research assistant for USC Professor of Law Emeritus David Owen.
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