Law Student Rep
Danielle Garcia (she/her) is dedicated to race and social justice. She has nearly a decade of experience as a direct service provider, policymaker, and coalition builder addressing homelessless in Seattle, Washington. Her desire to get to the root causes of homelessness and social issues, led Danielle to the University of California Los Angeles where she is working towards a joint degree in law and public policy at the School of Law and the Luskin School of Public Affairs. Danielle is a rising 2L with specializations in Critical Race Studies and Public Interest and Public Law. She is staff for Vol. 70 of the UCLA Law Review and a graduate teaching assistant in the School of Public Affairs. This summer Danielle externed for the Honorable Fernando Olguin at the Central District Court of California and started a research assistant position with the UCLA Critical Race Studies’ project, CRT Forward. When Danielle is not at school, she enjoys exploring LA beaches and hikes with her partner and dogs, Ari and Hazel.