Daniel joined Chambers in April 2017 following the successful completion of his pupillage. He defends and prosecutes in the Court of Appeal, Crown Court, magistrates’ courts and youth courts. He has appeared alone against Queen’s Counsel and worked with Treasury Counsel.
Daniel prepares every case thoroughly, joining a detailed knowledge of the law with a human approach to his work. Praised by judges for his advocacy ability and good judgment, Daniel has an easy and courteous court manner, which effectively reassures his clients and persuades tribunals.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Daniel worked with both the Citizens Advice Bureau and the Essex Youth Offending Service. He therefore has a wide experience of dealing with young and vulnerable people, and is especially able at guiding them through the criminal justice system.
As a specialist criminal practitioner, Daniel principally defends and prosecutes in equal measure. He also acts in associated regulatory and civil matters.
Criminal Bar Association
South Eastern Circuit
Awards, Qualifications & Other
Advocacy and the Vulnerable
Attorney General’s Junior Junior panel
Grade 1 advocate – Crown Prosecution Service
Scholarships and Prizes:
Peta Fordham Scholar – Inner Temple
Exhibition – Inner Temple
Bar Professional Training Course, BPP University
LLM, King’s College London
LLB (Hons), King’s College London