Danielle K. Bullen is an associate in the firm’s Property Department. Her portfolio primarily involves conveyancing, secured lending and real estate matters.
Danielle was awarded a Bachelors of Laws degree with honours from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados. She obtained her Legal Education Certificate at the Norman Manley Law School in Kingston, Jamaica. She was called to the Bar in Barbados in 2020 and joined the firm that same year.
Before becoming an Associate, Danielle completed her in-service at the firm. She also held internship positions at the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ ) Port-of-Spain Trinidad, and the Corporate and Legal Services Department of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Barbados. While pursuing her Legal Education Certificate, Danielle participated in the Intellectual Property Clinic gaining experience with the Jamaica Intellectual Property Office (JAIPO) and the Counter-Terrorism and Crime Investigative Branch of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (C-TOC).
Danielle was a semi-finalist in the Clarke Gittens Farmer Moot Competition, UWI Cave Hill, in 2018. She was the recipient of the Norman Manley Law School Prize for Community Service, as well as the Andrea Gabrielle Lloyd Memorial Prize for outstanding academic performance, showing the most interest in the Law School, and involvement in Law School activities.
- Secured Lending
- Land Title Proceedings And Restoration Of Title
- Residential, Commercial And Agricultural Leases
- Commercial And Residential Developments
The Barbados Bar Association
LEC. – Norman Manley Law School, Jamaica, W.I. – 2020
LL.B. (Hons.) – University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados, W.I. – 2018