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Daniel Burton

| Call 2009

Profile: Overview

Daniel is a junior Chancery practitioner with a developing practice in all the main areas of Chambers’ work. He offers an intelligent and informed approach to practice having gained private and Government industry experience both in-house and on secondment.

Experience and Expertise

Since starting practice on his own account in April 2011, Daniel has developed experience in both advisory and court work, with regular appearances in the Chancery Division, the Companies Court, the Queen’s Bench Division and the County Court. Daniel has a particular interest and experience in pensions, probate, trusts and banking and financial service.

In 2012, Daniel spent six months on secondment at the Office of Fair Trading providing advisory and drafting services in respect of regulation and licencing of consumer credit businesses, Government ratification of mortgage products and anti-money laundering provisions. Daniel is developing experience with pensions law and practice and has acted for the Pensions Regulator, as well as trustees and employers of occupational pension schemes.

Daniel joined Chambers as a tenant on 1 October 2010 after the successful completion of pupillage, under the supervision of Tom Dumont, Nathan Wells, Ulick Staunton and Katherine McQuail. Before joining Chambers, Daniel spent a year in the Commercial Litigation department at Stewarts Law LLP, participating in particular in large-scale banking and finance litigation, gaining valuable experience in working as part of a team and interacting with clients.

Daniel accepts instructions in relation to all of Chambers’ core practice areas and is always happy to discuss work prior to instruction.


Cases and work of note


Recent pensions experience includes:


Other recent experience includes:



2008-09: BVC at BPP Law School (Very Competent);

2007-08: GDL at City University (Distinction);

2006-07: M St in Oriental Studies, Wadham College, University of Oxford (Distinction);

2002-05: BA in Egyptology, Wadham College, University of Oxford (First Class).



Chancery Bar Association; Association of Pension Lawyers; Inner Temple.


Other Details

VAT Registration Number: 142000875

Bar Membership Number: 55260


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Ranked In – UK Bar Chambers 2018 – Leading Barrister

Daniel Burton
"Daniel Burton is responsive, knowledgeable and willing to go the extra mile to achieve the best possible result for his clients. I have no doubt that he will be a future star of the Bar."

Instructing Solicitor