Danielle is a Fort Worth native. After graduating valedictorian of her Fort Worth high school class, she attended the University of Texas on scholarship. She graduated with university and departmental honors and then attended Texas Tech School of Law.
While in law school, Danielle was awarded a fellowship to work in Washington D.C. assisting with briefs being filed in the United States Supreme Court and the Federal Circuit. She was a part of the Bankruptcy Moot Court National team and was the Executive Student Writing Editor of her law school journal.
She also received a scholarship for bankruptcy and was awarded the American Bankruptcy Institute Medal of Excellence. After law school, Danielle worked for several years doing debtor, creditor, and trustee work.
In 2014 she briefed and argued a bankruptcy case before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. The Court issued an opinion in her client’s favor less than forty eight hours after oral arguments.
Danielle is married to her high school sweetheart. They live in Fort Worth Texas with their three rescue dogs. In her free time Danielle loves traveling, playing with her puppies, volunteering with animals (if it has paws, hooves, or wings Danielle loves it) and reading.
Shmyla is a Dallas area native. She attended Southern Methodist University and graduated with degrees in Finance and Political Science. Later, she attended the Texas Tech University School of Law. While in law school, Shmyla was a member of two national moot court teams and a law school journal.
After law school, Shmyla worked at a domestic violence agency, advocating for low-income families. She predominantly worked in the areas of family law and immigration.
In her personal life, Shmyla is an avid travel and adventure enthusiast. She is always seeking new experiences and spends her free time running around with her full-grown puppy.