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Daniel practises in Immigration, Nationality and Asylum law, Public law, Employment law, and general Civil law. He is direct access qualified. He is based in London and Leeds and accepts instructions throughout the UK.
Before transferring to the Bar, Daniel worked as a solicitor for six years at Islington Law Centre specialising in immigration and asylum law, claimant based employment law, and housing law. The majority of this work was legally aided.
He also previously worked as an Associate Lecturer at the Open University teaching the undergraduate public and criminal law course and an introduction to law.
Daniel has experience of working for human rights and advice organisations abroad. He worked as an intern representing inmates on death row at the Independent Jamaica Council for Human Rights. He also interned at the Refugee Law Project in Kampala, Uganda, representing refugees in resettlement applications and carrying out field research on a post-conflict reconciliation project.
Daniel sits as a fee paid judge in the Social Entitlement Chamber and the Immigration and Asylum Chamber.
Daniel studied History at Queens’ College, Cambridge University before converting to Law. He has a Masters in Human Rights Law from Birkbeck College, University of London.
Daniel speaks fluent German and Spanish.