Danielle Spradley is an attorney at Kelley Kronenberg, where she assists in handling matters related to mortgage foreclosure litigation.
Before joining Kelley Kronenberg, Danielle spent more than fifteen years handling every aspect of criminal and civil litigation, amassing substantial trial and dispute resolution experience. Most recently, Danielle served as Managing Attorney overseeing the Litigation Department of a renowned national law firm where she not only provided supervision and guidance to the firm’s attorney’s and staff, but also represented clients in complex civil litigation matters, and as counsel for major financial institution and investor plaintiffs in foreclosure actions. For many years, Danielle handled Estate Planning matters and represented clients in complex probate litigation; and, she also represented major financial institutions and investors in debt collection actions. Prior to entering the private sector, Danielle spent two years working as an Assistant Public Defender.
Danielle received her Bachelor of Arts from Florida State University where she demonstrated academic excellence, earning inclusion on the Atlantic Coast Conference Honor Roll. She also achieved athletic and extracurricular excellence as a member of FSU’s Varsity Track and Field Team, also serving as the team’s Student Ambassador. Danielle went on to obtain her Juris Doctor degree from University of Miami School of Law where she served as an Executive Board Member of the Entertainment and Sports Law Society. While in law school, Danielle began amassing experience through a Judicial Clerkship for the Honorable Norman C. Roettger, Jr.