Daniel joined Chambers in October 2021 after the successful completion of his pupillage. He is now building a broad chancery and commercial practice and accepts instructions across all of Chambers’ core areas of work, including private client, trusts and contentious probate disputes, personal and corporate insolvency, and commercial disputes. He regularly appears as sole counsel in the High Court and County Court.
Prior to joining Chambers, Daniel read Law at Downing College, University of Cambridge and completed an LLM in International Commercial Litigation at UCL, before working as a paralegal at a leading boutique litigation firm. He has also taught Conflict of Laws to undergraduate Law students at UCL, a course which focused on questions of jurisdiction and choice of law in cross-border commercial disputes.