Danielle Landry


Danielle is a Partner at The Ross Firm, where she leads the civil litigation and criminal practices. Her civil litigation practice primarily focuses on personal injury cases, including motor vehicle accident and wrongful death cases. Danielle has extensive experience with complex catastrophic personal injury cases. Her criminal practice primarily focuses on defending clients charged under the Criminal Code of Canada. Danielle has extensive experience with defending clients charged with sexual offences. She has also acted as counsel in a number of Coroner’s Inquests, representing families who have lost loved ones during interactions with police.

Danielle is an experienced trial lawyer and advocate who is described by her clients and colleagues as being: fearless, passionate, disciplined, hard-working, intelligent, detail- oriented and leaving no stone unturned for her clients. She has successfully represented clients in both jury and non-jury trials at all levels of court in Ontario, including the Ontario Court of Justice, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Danielle practices in a “down to earth” style that is highly client-focused. She strives to ensure that her clients understand the law, always know what is happening with their matter and advocates for practical outcomes for her clients.

Danielle is also a strong believer in community, activism and social justice. Under her direction, The Ross Firm launched The Ross Firm Cares, a firm-wide volunteerism initiative where lawyers and staff get out into their communities and give back. She previously volunteered for many years with the Ronald McDonald House and with refugee students coming to Canada. Danielle was a Director on the Board of Directors at the YMCA of Owen Sound Grey Bruce between 2014 and 2021, serving her final two terms as Vice President of the Board.

Danielle has a particular passion for mentoring young female lawyers and working mothers and currently sits on the Criminal Lawyers’ Association’s Women’s Committee. She is also a member of the Criminal Lawyers Association, the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and the Advocates’ Society. Outside of practice, she enjoys staying active and is an avid traveler, foodie and proud mother.

Danielle earned her Bachelor of Science (B.Sc., Honours) in Neuroscience from Dalhousie University in 2009, followed by her Juris Doctor (J.D.) from The University of New Brunswick in 2012. She was called to the bar in Ontario in 2013.


University of New Brunswick

• Juris Doctor (J.D.) . – 2012

Dalhousie University

• Bachelor of Science • Honours in Neuroscience