Danielle commenced her legal career in South Africa in 2018 where she was admitted as an Attorney and Conveyancer of the High Court after graduating with degrees in Bachelor in Commerce of Law (majoring in Business and Communication Management), LLB and Master of Laws in Labour Law. She gained experience in South African property law and then went on to successfully complete the conveyancers examination.
Following Danielle’s immigration to New Zealand in 2019, she joined the Property and Commercial Teams of the firm where she has gained extensive experience in New Zealand property law with a particular focus on large and small scale residential and commercial property developments. Danielle is committed to providing the highest quality service to clients, making sure they are well informed and supported at every stage of a matter and going the extra mile to find the best solutions and ensuring the best possible turnaround times. She has successfully undertaken various large multi-stage subdivisions for clients over the years. Building longstanding relationships with clients is a key focus of Danielle. She also has experience in residential and commercial property sales and purchases and more recently commenced legal work in the Retirement Villages sector.
While working full-time in the legal practice, Danielle is continuing her legal education in New Zealand in order to be admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand by undertaking the required New Zealand Legal Practice examinations.
Danielle is a proud mum of three young boys and enjoys being able to balance family life with having a career.