Danielle Moise is a Pro Bono Attorney with Covington & Burling, LLP in Washington, DC where she helps to coordinate Covington's expansive pro bono work. Danielle is a graduate of the George Washington University Law School where she received the Pro Bono Recognition Award, and Virginia Commonwealth University.
Prior to Covington, Danielle worked as a Training & Technical Assistance Attorney at the American Bar Association Commission on Domestic & Sexual Violence, where she led multi-day, interactive training institutes funded through the Violence Against Women Act for litigators nationally who represent survivors of domestic & sexual violence. She also developed online training programs as well as provided technical assistance through consultations, research, referrals, and surveyed the national landscape of issues facing survivors of gender-based violence in courts nationally.
Prior to the ABA, Danielle was a staff attorney at Bread for the City, a non-profit organization serving low-income Washington, DC residents. She represented survivors of domestic violence in family law, public benefits, and protection order cases. She also advocated on behalf of clients facing systemic challenges in obtaining identifying documents.
Danielle is admitted to practice law in Washington, DC and Virginia.