Wai-Lin Danieley is an Associate Attorney at Wooten Law Office and practices Estate Planning, Trusts, and Probate Management, Estate and Probate Litigation, Entertainment Law, Sports Law, Corporate Law, and Contracts. Ms. Danieley is originally from Travelers Rest, a small town in upstate of South Carolina. Ms. Danieley earned a B.A. in Sociology and Politics & International Affairs, with a concentration in Urban Studies, from Furman University. Ms. Danieley was also collegiate member of Delta Gamma, Zeta Upsilon where she served multiple JMCT Director positions. In the summer of 2018, Ms. Danieley lived in Shanghai, China as a Freeman Furman Scholar and worked as a legal intern for an international tax, accounting, and advisory firm.
Ms. Danieley earned a dual JD/MBA degree at the University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys of Law and University of Memphis, Fogelman School of Business and Economics. At Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Ms.Danieley served in several leadership positions, including Vice President of the Student Bar Association, Vice President of Entertainment for the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, Public Relations Director for the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, Student Bar Association Community Service Liaison, 1L Student Bar Association Governor and Head BARBRI Representative for Memphis Law. Notably, Ms. Danieley founded the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association during her first year of law school and served as President throughout her second year of law school. Ms. Danieley was also a Law School Ambassador, Inner Cultural Competence Fellow and member of the Association for Women Attorneys.
Lastly, Ms. Danieley served as a 2L Staff Member and Note Writer for Memphis Law Review, Volume 52. As a note writer, Ms. Danieley authored Meme Regulation: Analyzing the SEC’s Concerns Regarding Non-Fungible Tokens, an article on Securities Law and Non fungible Tokens. Ms. Danieley’s article was later published in Volume 22 of The University of Virginia’s Sports and Entertainment Law Journal. The American Bar Association awarded Ms. Danieley’s article First Place in the Mendes Hershman writing contest and published her a summary of her article in the American Bar Association journal, The Business Lawyer, Spring 2023 edition.
Wai-Lin Danieley, Meme Regulation: Analyzing the SEC's Concerns Regarding Digital Assets and Non-Fungible Tokens, 21 Va. Sports & Ent. L.J. 236 (2022).