After completing her undergraduate studies at the University of Denver, Dana worked as a case manager for Project Home Away from Home, providing emergency relief and long-term case management to Hurricane Katrina evacuees.
Dana attended the University of Kansas School of Law. During law school, she worked as a law clerk, preparing case law briefs for the monthly publication of Construction Law Digest. She also served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Judge Robert D. Berger in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Kansas.
Dana has spent much of her legal career in the field of Family Law, where she gained experience in developing case strategy, analyzing financial documents, drafting comprehensive settlement proposals, developing trial arguments, and counseling clients about their legal options. She also has significant experience successfully advocating for clients in settlement negotiations, mediations, contested hearings, and in trial.
"I am committed to quality representation and am particularly interested in drawing on my experience in construction law, bankruptcy, counseling and advocacy to benefit our clients," says Dana.
Judicial Law Clerk - The Honorable Judge Robert D. Berger, United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Kansas
University of Kansas School of Law, Merit Scholarship Recipient
University of Denver, Member of Division I Swim Team
University of Denver, Medallion Award for Academic Excellence as a Student Athlete