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Danielle Gilmore, Esq.

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Danielle Gilmore, Esq., Contributing Author

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Danielle Gilmore is a licensed attorney with a J.D. from Seattle University. After attending law school, Danielle earned a Certificate in Technical Communication from UC Berkeley Extension. 

Danielle is a native San Franciscan with a life-long love of writing. In addition to writing about all things legal, she is a freelancer for technical, UX, and creative writing projects. 

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