2020 Charlotte St., Ste 1, Bozeman, MT 59718
Danielle Shyne is a Bozeman Montana native and a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the Gonzaga University School of Law, in Spokane Washington. Prior to joining Montana Elder Law, Danielle clerked for the Honorable Chief Justice Mike McGrath and the Honorable Michael Wheat of the Montana Supreme Court. Danielle is licensed to practice law in Montana and Washington.
Danielle’s professional life has been dedicated to helping others through her work at the Montana Governor’s Office, the Montana Governor’s Office of Community Service, and the non-profit Thrive. During law school, Danielle supported the Gonzaga Public Interest Law Project and the Women’s Law Caucus. Additionally, Danielle fought for her clients at the Unemployment Law Project and interned for the Chief Justice of the Washington State Supreme Court, Mary Fairhurst.
Danielle has two wonderful children and a miniature schnauzer with her husband of 8 years, whom she met while earning her undergraduate degree at the University of Montana. She enjoys hiking and swimming, spending time with her large extended family in Bozeman, and exploring the small towns of Montana.