Daniel joined Chambers after successful completion of his pupillage under the supervision of Nicholas Moss, Marcus Grant and Dominic Adamson.
He practises in all of Chambers’ core areas and regularly appears in the County Court on applications, fast track trials and small claims hearings. He is also available to draft advice, pleadings and schedules and to advise in conference. He has experience of high value multi-track claims and litigation.
Daniel is currently instructed as Junior Counsel to the Grenfell Tower Inquiry with responsibility for Disclosure and Evidence.
During pupillage Daniel gained experience in a range of areas including public law (incorporating inquests and inquiries); personal injury and clinical negligence; and, health and safety. He is keen to develop his experience in all fields.
During his legal studies Daniel volunteered for the South West London Law Centres Network and Greenwich Housing Rights, providing pro bono representation to members of the public facing possession proceedings in his local community.
Daniel is a contributor to the Personal Injury Brief Update newsletter, published monthly.
Lord Denning Scholarship
Lord Haldane Scholarship
Hardwicke Entrance Award
Lexis Nexis Personal Injury Panel Expert
Personal Injury Bar Association Committee Member
New College, Oxford University: BA (Hons) Music
City University, London: CPE/GDL (Commendation)
City Law School, London: BVC/BPTC (Outstanding)
Personal Injuries Bar Association
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