Dana focuses her practice on securities and other corporate governance matters.
Dana received her law degree from Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University (“Duquesne-Kline Law”), graduating magna cum laude.
While at Duquesne-Kline Law, Dana served as a production editor for the Duquesne Law Review and served as a teaching assistant in Duquesne-Kline’s nationally ranked Legal and Research Writing program. Dana further served as a research assistant for the Dean of Academic affairs, a teaching assistant for Constitutional Law, and was the vice president of the First Generation (Law) Student Society. Dana was awarded the Robert Scott Memorial Award for her demonstrated commitment to equal justice and advancing Diversity and Inclusion in the legal profession, as well as CALI Excellence for Future Awards (highest grade) in the courses of Legal Research and Writing and Energy Regulation for her academic merit.
Prior to law school, Dana received her B.A. in Economics and Political Science from the University of Pittsburgh.
In between her undergraduate studies and time in law school, Dana worked in analyst roles at a multinational electrical distribution company and a Fortune 500 American financial institution, respectively.
Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne UniversityJD
magna cum laude, Production Editor, Duquesne Law Review2023
University of PittsburghBAEconomics and Political Science
Vice President, Duquesne-Kline’s First Generation (Law) Student Society, 2022-2023
Treasurer, Duquesne-Kline’s First Generation (Law) Student Society, 2021-2022