Valued by clients for his “practical and commercial” approach, Daniel is building a broad chancery and commercial practice and accepts instructions across all of Chambers’ core areas of work, with a particular focus on private client, insolvency and commercial disputes.
Daniel was admitted to the Bar of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court in the British Virgin Islands in 2022 and has experience of working within the Dispute Resolution team of a leading offshore law firm.
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.
Daniel is currently working on secondment in the BVI Dispute Resolution team of a leading offshore law firm whose work encompasses private client, insolvency and commercial disputes. He was admitted as a barrister of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court in the British Virgin Islands in March 2022.