Headhsot of associate Danielle Kendrick

Danielle Kendrick comes to the firm with impeccable credentials. She graduated from the University of California Boalt School of Law, after which she practiced at the international firm Latham & Watkins.

Danielle also served as an extern for Chief Magistrate Judge Joseph Spero of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. There, she drafted majority opinions, orders, research memoranda. She also prepared the court for oral argument.

Danielle works on the firm’s real estate, employment, complex commercial and professional liability matters and is an expert at legal research and writing, having drafted several dispositive motions. She is also a skilled negotiator.

Danielle is committed to social justice and has volunteered her time for the All-Stars Project and Glide Memorial’s legal resources program. She further served on the Young Professionals Board to educate the San Francisco community of Glide’s efforts to serve San Francisco’s homeless community.


  • University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), Berkeley, CA
    J.D. 2012
    • Researched for and co-authored 2012 report as part of Berkeley’s International Human Rights Law Clinic, titled “Sexual Diversity in El Salvador, A Report on the Human Rights Situation of the LGBT Community”, highlighting the violence, discrimination in healthcare, and discrimination in education and employment for members of the LGBT community in El Salvador; Berkeley Business Law Journal, member; Berkeley Journal of International Law, member; Masters of Laws program, “Fundamentals of United States Law” Teaching Assistant, Writing Coach; Educational Advocate for foster youth
  • Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
    B.A. 2009; Double major in Economics and Government, Minor in Law & Society
    • Graduated with Distinction in All Subjects; Varsity Cornell Equestrian Team, Captain; Kappa Alpha Theta, Philanthropy Chair; Omicron Delta Epsilon, Int’l Economics Honors Society