Education & Experience
Raushanah Daniels became an attorney for one reason: to help people. At Bishop Law Office, she does just that – primarily practicing family law. Her approach to family law is to have an open mind and gain an understanding of the big picture from her client’s perspective. She prefers to think through her client’s entire situation in order to determine the best options so that she can aim for the best outcome. She also litigates personal injury cases and gives them the care that they deserve.
Raushanah is a well-rounded attorney, who has also practiced contract law, wills, trusts and estates, criminal law, and commercial property tax law.
Through her years of experience, Raushanah has gained excellent research, analytical, and writing skills. She has successfully written numerous appellate briefs filed with the Arizona Court of Appeals and several petitions for review accepted by the Arizona Supreme Court, as well as many motions that were filed and argued before the Arizona Superior Court. Raushanah also has significant trial experience, which she first gained as a prosecutor for the City of Phoenix Prosecutor’s Office.
Raushanah earned her J.D. in 2004 from Boston College Law School and her B.A., magna cum laude, in 2000 from Arizona State University. She seeks to give back to the legal profession and the public which they serve and to that end has been active on several committees. She was a member of the State Bar of Arizona’s Ethics Committee and Legal Services Committee. In addition, she was selected to serve on an ad hoc committee organized by the Arizona Supreme Court and there assisted in developing policies for the retention, destruction and access to electronic court records available to the public and legal profession.
In her free time, she enjoys reading and spending time with family and friends. Her goals for the next year are to play the violin again and become fluent in Spanish with her husband.