Since being called to the Bar in 2007, Daniel's practice has focussed upon construction, commercial, and engineering disputes, including mediation, adjudication, litigation, and arbitration.
Daniel began his career in house, as Head of Legal at a telecoms multi-national, before moving to Keating Chambers as a pupil. Prior to arriving at Crown Office Chambers in January 2015, Daniel was an Associate at White & Case LLP practising construction dispute resolution.
Daniel's breadth of experience has given him a valuable understanding of the different commercial and legal issues faced by those working in each aspect of the legal profession. It has also meant that Daniel has an unusual variety of exposure to domestic and international dispute resolution to draw upon.
Having graduated top of his year with a First Class degree in law in 2006, Daniel completed a Master's degree in Construction Engineering at the University of Cambridge in 2016, giving him a more detailed and technical understanding of the domestic construction industry.
Daniel is the author of Chapter 26 in Emden's Construction Law, published by LexisNexis, which concerns domestic construction litigation.