Danielle A. Boudreaux was born and raised in Napoleonville, Louisiana. In May 2002, she graduated summa cum laude from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and a minor in Speech Communications. In May 2005, she received her Juris Doctorate and Bachelor of Civil Law from the Paul M. Hebert Law School at Louisiana State University.
Danielle has served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Timothy E. Kelley in the 19th Judicial District Court in Baton Rouge. She has also worked at the Louisiana Department of Justice as an Assistant Attorney General in the Gaming Division, representing the State of Louisiana in its regulation of the gaming industry in numerous complex litigation and administrative cases.
As a seasoned litigator Danielle has represented and defended school districts and their staffs throughout the state of Louisiana in all areas of school law, including tenure hearings, as well as employee and student claims and discrimination matters, personal injury and employment claims, and various constitutional and statutory issues presented to school systems every day, litigating in state and federal district and appellate courts throughout the state. Danielle served in the capacity of general counsel advising and overseeing risk management, human resources, business services, school board meetings, internal investigations, and other district operational matters.
Danielle is admitted to practice before all Louisiana courts, state and federal, as well as the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of the United States.