Background & Experience
Danielle A. Quinn focuses her practice on criminal and civil litigation matters in Virginia. Prior to joining Dycio & Biggs, Ms. Quinn counseled clients in a wide range of criminal/traffic and family law matters. She has experience working on contested divorces, child support and custody, and equitable distribution as well as DUI’s, reckless driving, and drug possession cases.
Ms. Quinn is a graduate of Villanova University School of Law, where she was an associate editor of the Villanova Environmental Law Journal. While in law school, Ms. Quinn worked in the Federal Tax Law Clinic helping indigent clients with complex tax matters.
Ms. Quinn is a native of Fairfax County, growing up in Great Falls and attending Langley High School. Before beginning her law career, Ms. Quinn graduated from High Point University in North Carolina with a double major in Political Science and Criminal Justice. She has been an avid equestrian her whole life, competing in numerous international competitions. In her spare time, Ms. Quinn enjoys flying planes, playing polo, and traveling.
- Villanova University School of Law – J.D. 2015
- High Point University – Political Science and Criminal Justice 2012
- Fairfax Bar Association
Admitted to Practice
- Eastern District of Virginia, U.S. District Court
- Eastern District of Virginia, U.S. Bankruptcy Court
- A Fracking Fragile Issue: Courts Continue to Tiptoe Around Subsurface Trespass Claims,27 Vill. Envtl.L.J 1 (2016).
- Pennsylvania Courts Decline to Take a Step Toward Safer Hydraulic Fracturing, Vill. Envtl. L.J. Blog (Apr. 19, 2015), https://environmentallawjournal.wordpress.com.
- An Electrifying Change: The EHB Begins Digging Away From Strict Interpretation of the Bituminous Coal Mine Safety Act in Cumberland Coal v. DEP,25 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 599 (2014).