Beth A. Danon received her B.A. Degree from CUNY Hunter College and her J.D. Degree from CUNY Law School at Queens College. She was Law Clerk to Vermont Supreme Court Justice Frank G. Mahady. Except for the period from 2001 through to 2002, when she was the supervising attorney at Vermont Protection and Advocacy, Inc., in Montpelier, Vermont, she has been in private practice Vermont for over 20 years. She is a past President of the Vermont Association for Justice (formerly called the Vermont Trial Lawyers Association), a past President of the Vermont Bar Foundation, and a member of the Vermont Employment Lawyers Association. She also serves as an alternate on the Winooski Development Review Board. She concentrates her practice in the fields of personal injury, employment, professional licensing, civil rights law, social security disability, workers’ compensation, affordable housing, and real estate. Beth is the author of a number of articles on disability and discrimination law. Beth has been listed in SuperLawyers magazine for 2013 – 2015 in the category of plaintiffs’ personal injury.