Daneille Devlin's practice focuses on intellectual property and technology transactions, advising clients in the high-tech, digital health, pharmaceutical, education, and media fields. She drafts and negotiates a wide variety of agreements, including license, service, and consulting agreements. Daneille also acts for clients in complex and cross-border transactions, such as financings and mergers and acquisitions.
Daneille maintains an active pro bono practice. She volunteers with the Firm's Laredo Project, as well as represents asylum seekers fleeing violence in Mexico and Central America.
While in law school, Daneille was selected as one of only 25 law students nationally to participate in the Hispanic National Bar Association/Microsoft IP Law Institute, an IP immersion program consisting of substantive instruction and the opportunity to observe the work of and network with leading members of the IP legal community.
Daneille is a member of the Hispanic National Bar Association.
- University of California, Berkeley (J.D. 2017; Development Editor, California Law Review; Articles Editor, Berkeley Technology Law Journal; Prosser Prize in Written & Oral Advocacy, E-Discovery, and Computer Law; Best Brief Award in Written & Oral Advocacy; Sidney B. Williams IP Law Scholarship; Honorable Cruz Reynoso Fellowship; Business Law Certificate); Dartmouth College (A.B. in Psychology and Hispanic Studies cum laude 2012; Rufus Choate Scholar; Weber Prize Recipient)
- Extern to the Honorable Ronald M. Whyte, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California (Summer 2015)