Elisabetta Daneu - Member
Elisabetta Daneu is a 1996 graduate of the University of Southern California. She holds a B.A. in International Relations. In 2001 she received an M.A. in Political Science from California State University, Los Angeles where she was named the Outstanding M.A. Student. Attorney Daneu has taught in a variety of public school settings in California and Massachusetts, working with students in grades 3 - 12.
In 2005, while a student at Suffolk University Law School, she authored an article examining the consequences and liabilities facing classroom teachers entitled "Giving Teachers the Tools to Teach" published in the University of Georgia Law School's online journal. Her work has been cited in several dissertations by doctoral candidates in the field of education, and has been used in a number of grievance procedures by teachers in various states. She received her Juris Doctor degree from Suffolk University Law School in 2006.
Attorney Daneu has served as a panel attorney for the Volunteer Lawyers Project in Boston and has assisted individuals with family law and employment discrimination claims. She currently serves as a pro bono panel attorney for the PAIR Project in Boston where she assists clients being detained for matters related to their immigration status.
In addition to her Immigration Law specialization and her expertise in School Law and Special Education Law, she has experience with 93A Consumer Protection and 151B and Title VII Employment Discrimination matters.