Danielle Shyne, who will graduate from Gonzaga Law School at the commencement ceremony starting at 8:30 a.m., Saturday, May 7 at the McCarthey Athletic Center, has accomplished much during law school.
Shyne’s accolades include pro-bono distinction, the Dean’s Honor Roll, and the CALI (Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) Excellence for the Future Award for academic distinction. She was employed by the Washington State Supreme Court, the Unemployment Law Project, and the Washington Moderate Means Program during her time at Gonzaga Law.
She also served as executive editor of the Gonzaga Journal of International Law, vice president of the Gonzaga Public Interest Law Project, and president of the Women’s Law Caucus. Shyne, who had her second child while in law school, is graduating with the support of her children and husband.
After graduation, she will serve as a clerk for the chief justice of the Montana State Supreme Court.