Danielle Jolie is working with The Ocean Foundation as their Summer 2022 Legal Intern. Danielle holds a B.A. in Marine Affairs, with a minor in Marine Biology, from the University of New England. During her time in college, she researched ocean acidification in the Gulf of Maine, studied manatees with Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium, and traveled to Hawaii with The Ocean Mammal Institute for humpback whale conservation. She is entering her 3L year at Maine Law where she is participating in the Certificate in Environmental and Oceans Law program. So far during law school, Danielle has interned with the New England Ocean Cluster working on the blue economy and externed with the U.S. Department of Justice Environmental and Natural Resources Division where she was assigned to work with the Wildlife and Marine Resources Section. Danielle is a passionate J.D. candidate who wishes to combine her background in marine science with law and policy to achieve effective ocean management and conservation. She is excited to work with TOF on a range of topics including underwater cultural heritage, deep seabed mining, international marine law, ecosystem-based management, and more!