Danielle Harding

Associate

Suite 600, Frederick Square
77 Westmorland St.
Fredericton, N.B.
E3B 6Z3

+1.506.443.0124

+1.506.444.8974

dharding@stewartmckelvey.com

Language(s) spoken: English

Bar Admission(s): New Brunswick, 2014

Legal Assistant(s): Janice Davidson, Melissa O'Neill

Danielle enjoys making connections with her clients to ensure she fully understands their situations and issues. She approaches every case with patience and practicality and is able to efficiently navigate the justice system to determine the best results for her clients needs. When she’s not working hard for her clients, Danielle loves to spend her time outdoors hiking, canoeing and playing soccer.

Education & Career

Education

St. Thomas University, B.A., Criminology & Psychology, 2010
University of New Brunswick, J.D., 2013

Activities

Member, Canadian Bar Association
Board member, Ability New Brunswick, 2018 – present
Co-chair, communications committee, Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, 2017 – 2018
Member, board of directors, Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, 2016 – 2018
Member, planning and advisory board, Children’s Wish Foundation, 2015 – 2018
Co-chair, events and planning committee, Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, 2017 – 2018
Member, events and planning committee, Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, 2015 – 2016
Member, Fredericton Women in Business Network, 2015 – 2016

Accolades

Francis M. McLachlin Scholarship
Dean’s List
Lord Beaverbrook Scholarship
Lieutenant Governor General’s Silver Medal Award Recipient in Law
Law Faculty Council Prize
Leycester D’Arcy, QC Prize in Evidence
Stewart McKelvey Prize in Commercial Law
Bereskin & Parr Prize in Intellectual Property
Donald M. Gillis Scholarship in Law
Emond Montgomery Prize in Property

Presentations

Panel member and presenter at the Stewart McKelvey fall client employment seminar, Moncton

October 27, 2015

Panel member at the annual PLEAC (Public Legal Education Association of Canada) Conference, “Law Student Engagement in the Delivery of Law Information (And the Impact on Future Practice)”, Fredericton

October 10, 2014