Attorney Darlene Daniele graduated from Suffolk University Law School, and began her career as a member of the Massachusetts bar. Her experience has been in a small firm setting, handling matters which range from real estate conveyancing to personal injury to bankruptcy. After starting her own law practice, and becoming a member of the New Hampshire bar, she added teaching to her accomplishments as a part-time instructor for 7 semesters in the paralegal program at Northern Essex Community College.
Her extensive community service includes serving from 2001-2002 as President of the Methuen, MA/Salem/NH Rotary Club; as Chair of Community Service Projects, she has initiated several community programs during her more than 20 year association with the Club. She was also named “Rotarian of the Year” in June of 2010 by the Methuen/Salem Rotary Club, and in 2008 she received the Club’s “4 Avenues of Service” award.
She was recently recognized in the New Hampshire Bar News for her volunteer work with the New Hampshire Foreclosure Relief Project. Darlene also actively participated in the New Hampshire Bar’s “Civics In Action” program, and has done pro bono bankruptcy cases through the Bar’s referral service..
She is currently serving as the Senior Warden of Grace Church, Lawrence. She is a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claims Representatives (NOSSCR), and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA).
She has strong community ties, having lived with her family in Salem for over 30 years. She is proud that her children have attended, and graduated from, the Salem Public Schools.
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