Danielle R. Teeters is a Magna cum laude graduate of California State University, Sacramento. She received her J.D. from the University of California, Davis School of Law in 2000. Danielle first joined the firm in 2005 and left in 2007 to work with the non-profit California District Attorneys Association as an Environmental Circuit Prosecutor and as a sworn Deputy District Attorney in six Northern California rural counties. She rejoined the firm in January 2014. Since she began practicing law Danielle has garnered a broad range of civil litigation experience representing public entities and private sector clients in the areas of employment law, civil rights, general civil litigation, unfair business practices, Underground Storage Tank laws and environmental civil litigation. Danielle has extensive experience litigating matters in California State Courts and United States District Courts. She has also represented clients before various administrative boards. Danielle participated in a panel discussion and published an article regarding effective negotiations, and also published an article regarding California Penal Code Section 632 and the unauthorized recording of conversations. She has also provided training to regulators in the areas of report writing, evidence and administrative and criminal search warrants. Danielle is admitted to practice in California State Courts and all United States District Courts in California, as well as the United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. She is also a member of the Executive Committee of the California State Bar Environmental Law Section and a past Mentor for the American Bar Association's Diversity Fellowship Program.