Danielle C. Pierre is an associate in the firm’s San Francisco office where she is a member of the firm’s complex commercial litigation group.
During her time in law school, Ms. Pierre served as the Co-Editor-in-Chief for the Berkeley Journal of African-American Law & Policy (BJALP), the Citations Editor for the Berkeley Journal of Entertainment & Sports Law, the Student Organization Representative and Chair of the Student Affairs Committee in the Boalt Hall Student Association (BHSA), the Events Chair for the Law Students of African Descent, and as a student member of the Berkeley Law Admissions Committee.
As a two-time Co-Editor-in-Chief for BJALP, Ms. Pierre was instrumental in publishing legal scholarship relevant to communities of color. Through this experience, she became well versed in many different facets of the law. Ms. Pierre assisted her community through the East Bay Community Law Center’s Tenant’s Rights Clinic where she provided assistance, under attorney supervision, to tenant-clients in legal disputes with their landlords.
Ms. Pierre also served as a research assistant for Berkeley Law’s privacy law expert Professor Paul Schwartz. She assisted in conducting and summarizing legal research on trends in privacy law, and helped to update Professor Schwartz’s treatise, Privacy Law Fundamentals, a comprehensive guide to U.S. data privacy law.