Danielle M. Hall serves as a Deputy Disciplinary Administrator for the State of Kansas, where she investigates and prosecutes lawyer misconduct, and serves as a coordinator for the attorney diversion program. As part of the diversion program, her focus is in providing lawyers with law practice management assistance. Prior to joining the Disciplinary Administrator’s office, Danielle served as the Law Practice Services Director for the Kansas Bar Association, where she created the organization’s Law Office Management Assistance Program and served as a Practice Management Advisor. As a PMA, she provided KBA members with resources and services to assist in managing a business and implementing new technologies.
Danielle regularly speaks on law practice management, ethics, and cybersecurity topics. She is currently serving as Chair of the Topeka Bar Association Technology Committee, Co-Chair of the Minority Women in the Profession Committee for the Kansas Women Attorneys Association and is a regular contributor to the Kansas Bar Association Law Practice Management and Technology Blog. She is also an active member in the ABA Law Practice Division, having served on several committees.
In her free time, Danielle is an adjunct professor at her alma matter, Washburn University, teaching law office technology in the legal studies department and coaching the mock trial team. She is also an adjunct professor at Washburn School of Law, coaching the competition teams and teaching in the Intensive Trial Advocacy Program.
Danielle received a B.A. degree in Political Science in 2006 and a J.D. in 2009 all from Washburn University.