Danielle D’Ambrose



Civil Rights & Employment Discrimination, Commercial Litigation, Business Services, Personal Injury & Worker’s Compensation, Medical Malpractice, Family Law & Domestic Relationships

Danielle D’Ambrose joined the firm as an associate in 2017 after graduating summa cum laude with her Juris Doctorate and Masters in Business Administration from Northern Illinois University (NIU). Danielle has had a variety of legal experience involving both judge’s chambers and serving as a law clerk for our firm. Additionally, Danielle became the first student from NIU to be accepted and participate in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Student Honors Program, where she worked with attorneys in the Enforcement Division of the Chicago Regional Office.

Danielle began her law career as the recipient of Northern Illinois University’s Excellence Scholarship. Due to her unrelenting work ethic and continued commitment to excellence, Danielle graduated third in her class. Danielle’s enthusiasm for a variety of practice areas earned her the highest grade in six of her law courses. In her final year of school, she was the recipient of Northern Illinois University’s Outstanding Woman Student Award.

Danielle was named Chief Justice of NIU’s Moot Court Society after being selected to represent her school in the National Moot Court Competition, the oldest and most prestigious moot court competition in the nation. Danielle also competed in the Moot Court Competition at NIU where she was a finalist and the winner of the Best Petitioner’s Brief Award. Her dedication to moot court earned her an additional award at graduation for her Outstanding Contribution to Appellate Advocacy Programs.

Prior to law school, Danielle graduated from Northern Illinois University where she was a member of the Women’s Volleyball Team and Alpha Phi sorority. In her free time, Danielle performs stand-up comedy and takes a variety of classes at The Second City in Chicago.

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