Danielle Rassoul concentrates her practice in the area of business and commercial litigation. Ms. Rassoul received her J.D. from Pennsylvania State University in 2018. She has interned at the Shelby County District Attorney’s Office where she was a member of the public corruption and economic crimes unit. There, she focused on tax fraud and embezzlement research as well as immigration law matters, and assisted Memphis Police Department detectives on their investigations. Ms. Rassoul also has experience in family law matters, employment and labor law, property law and corporate and business transactions.
While at Penn State, Ms. Rassoul competed for a position on the competitive moot court travel team and made the international Jessup team. She advanced her team at competition in D.C., completing 12 rounds and receiving the highest individual ranking for Penn State. Additionally, she participated in Trial Advocacy and put on a full trial as the State, pushing for first degree murder.
- Pennsylvania State University, J.D., 2018
- Rhodes College, B.S., 2014
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
- Dean’s List, Rhodes College, 2011, 2012
- Dean’s List, Pennsylvania State University, 2018