Daniella Victoria Hernandez has worked on a variety of transactions as an associate in Best Best & Krieger LLP's Public Finance practice group. Such financings include representing public agencies throughout California as bond, underwriter's or disclosure counsel. She has experience with public finance transactions, including Mello-Roos Community Facilities District bonds.
She helped launch the Hispanic Bar Association of the Inland Empire and now currently serves as its president. The organization was established to uplift the Inland Empire’s Hispanic legal community by fostering engagement with communities, businesses and the bar, while celebrating Hispanic culture. Daniella also serves as a board member of the Downton Business Council of the Greater Riverside Chamber of Commerce.
Daniella graduated from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, where she worked on the Berkeley Business Law Journal and Ecology Law Quarterly. She served as a judicial extern for Judge William H. Orrick of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. Daniella also assisted Professor David Oppenheimer with research for his book “The Ubiquity of Positive Measures for Addressing Systemic Discrimination and Inequality - A Comparative Global Perspective.”
In her spare time, Daniella enjoys vegan cooking, hiking, traveling and cardio kickboxing.
- La Sierra University, College of Arts and Sciences Rising Star
- Hispanic Bar Association of the Inland Empire Board, secretary, 2019-2020; president-elect, 2022-2023; president, 2023
- Downtown Business Council of the Greater Riverside Chamber of Commerce, board member
- Inland Counties Legal Services, Pro Bono Volunteer
- Pacific Union Adventist Attorneys Association