Danielle Franco Malone
Danielle Franco-Malone serves as legislative counsel for Alliance for Justice's Justice Programs, where she works on AFJ’s Corporate Court campaign, federal judicial selection, Supreme Court ethics reform, as well as several other access to justice initiatives. Danielle moved to DC from Washington State, where she practiced civil litigation. Prior to that, she served as the statewide political director for Washington's Death With Dignity ballot initiative, which passed by a 58-42 margin. While in law school, she clerked for the Washington Attorney General's Office, representing the state's community colleges as well as the Department of Corrections. She has also clerked for Legal Voice (formerly the Northwest Women's Law Center), and worked as a field organizer for NARAL Pro-Choice Washington. While in law school, she served as president of Law Students for Reproductive Justice, and was involved in groups such as the ACLU, the Law Women's Caucus, the Unemployment Compensation Clinic, and the Pacific Rim Law and Policy Journal. Danielle earned her J.D. and her B.A. from the University of Washington.