Danielle Skinner

About Danielle

Danielle joined the firm in 2019. Danielle earned her J.D. at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and her Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Texas Tech University. Danielle focuses her practice on water law, real estate, general business law, municipal law, and related litigation. Danielle assists clients with real estate transactions, the acquisition and development of water rights and easements, land use development, business formation and organization, business acquisitions, and estate planning.

Before law school, Danielle worked at the Denver Art Museum, taught ski lessons at Breckenridge Ski Resort, and performed accounting for a local business in Breckenridge. During law school, Danielle served on the editorial board of the Maritime Law Review and clerked for the Honorable Regina Bartholomew-Woods and the Honorable Madeleine Landrieu.

Danielle is from Fort Worth, Texas but grew up taking annual trips to Crested Butte with her family. In her free time, she enjoys skiing, horseback riding, off-roading on Colorado’s high mountain passes, and spending time with her husband and their two black labs.

Education

  • Loyola University New Orleans College of Law (J.D. 2018)
  • Texas Tech University (B.A., Art History / Minor, Business Administration 2011)

Professional Experience

  • Associate, Karp Neu Hanlon, P.C., Glenwood Springs, Colorado, September 2019 – Present
  • Intern, Factor & Campbell, Fort Worth, Texas, Summer 2017
  • Law Clerk, Honorable Madeleine M. Landrieu, Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal for the State of Louisiana, New Orleans, Louisiana, Spring Semester 2017
  • Law Clerk, Honorable Regina Bartholomew-Woods, Civil District Court for the Parish of Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, Fall Semester 2016
  • Intern, Northshore Public Defender’s Office, 22nd Judicial District, Covington, Louisiana, Summer 2016

Professional Affiliations

  • Colorado Bar Association
  • 9th Judicial District Bar Association

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