Danielle Wild L’15 Joins the College of Law as an Associate Teaching Professor

Danielle Wild L’15 has joined the College of Law as an Associate Teaching Professor. She had previously been a Visiting Professor teaching Legal Communications and Research. Wild will teach Legal Communications and Research courses along with Oral Communications and Advocacy Skills and Appellate Advocacy Skills in the JDinteractive online J.D. program.

Previously, Wild was a solo practitioner in Rochester, NY where she pursued criminal and quasi-criminal appeals in both state and federal intermediate appellate courts, investigated wrongful conviction claims, independently and together with the assistance of an investigator, and brought motions to vacate criminal convictions in both state and federal court. Prior to that, Wild was an associate attorney at Easton Thompson Kasperek Shiffrin LLP of Rochester, NY.

Wild graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, summa cum laude, and from Syracuse University College of Law, summa cum laude, in 2015. While in law school, she competed as a member of the National Trial Team and was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society, Secretary of the Justinian Honor Society, a Law Ambassador, and an editor on the Syracuse Law Review.