Colodny Fass Welcomes CARICOM-Certified Litigator Danielle Bullock
Jul 16, 2015 | By Colodny Fass
A member of the Florida Bar, as well as certified to practice law in all 15 member nations of CARICOM—also known as the Caribbean Community—litigator Danielle Bullock joined the law, litigation and governmental consulting firm of Colodny Fass as an Associate in June 2015.
“Ms. Bullock’s extensive courtroom and trial advocacy experience in high-risk disputes, coupled with her ability to shoulder a heavy active caseload is exactly the right combination of assets we need as our insurance defense and complex commercial litigation practice continues to grow,” explained Colodny Fass Managing Litigation Shareholder Maria Elena Abate.
During her tenure with another South Florida litigation firm, Ms. Bullock worked for the Office of the Attorney General for Jamaica, for which she provided counsel on complex commercial matters, governmental contracts, and the inter-relationship of U.S. and Caribbean law.
In addition to being CARICOM-certified, Ms. Bullock is admitted to practice all Florida courts.
Ms. Bullock earned her Juris Doctorate at Wayne State University Law School, where she was a member of the Student Board of Governors, among other leadership positions. She also attended University of Miami School of Law.
While in Jamaica, she earned her Certificate of Legal Education from Normal Manley Law School.