Danya Bundy represents private clients in family law cases and in criminal investigations. Much of her work involves matters with interstate and international jurisdictional issues. A trial lawyer, Danya is one of few attorneys in private practice who has first-chair jury trial experience in cases involving parental rights.
After law school, Danya trained at the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers’ Institute for Family Law Associates and at the AAML / Harvard Law Negotiation Seminar for Family Law Lawyers. In 2019, she attended the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers' seminar on advanced cross-examination techniques in Nashville, Tennessee, and in 2020 she completed the National Criminal Defense College's cross-examination workshop and deposition skills training through the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.
While attending the University of Tulsa College of Law, Danya first interned with the Tulsa County Public Defender, then she worked for two years with an immigration attorney. After passing the bar, her courtroom experience began with representation of parents in juvenile deprived cases, where she helped parents work through challenges including mental health problems and substance abuse addiction. She also gained experience working with domestic violence victims and helping them to obtain the protections they need against their abusers. Her courtroom experience on those cases, combined with her ongoing professional development and training, makes her a fierce advocate for parents in family court proceedings. With special training for negotiating high stakes disputes, Danya has negotiated favorable deals for foreign nationals in a variety of situations, including civil litigation and child custody disputes.