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Daniel was called to the Bar in 2021. He accepts briefs in all areas of law.
Prior to coming to the Bar, he was a Special Counsel in the Sydney office of Norton Rose Fulbright, working in the federal government and risk advisory practices.
Before that, he was General Counsel in the Office of the Prime Minister of Australia, where he advised two Australian Prime Ministers in relation to constitutional, administrative, employment, anti-discrimination, criminal, immigration, electoral and defamation law. He also advised on the drafting of a variety of federal legislation, including amendments to the Criminal Code, Fair Work Act and Electoral Act, as well as Australia’s novel foreign influence and criminal foreign interference legislation.
Before then, Daniel served in the office of the Australian Attorney-General, in which capacity he was widely credited for his role in identifying the constitutional means to hold Australia’s nationwide plebiscite on same-sex marriage, without requiring the passage of legislation.
Earlier in his career, Daniel was an Associate to the Hon James Allsop AO, Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Australia.
Daniel has a BCL (Distinction) from Oxford University, and university medals in Law and Arts from Sydney University.
- Administrative Law
- Competition & Consumer Law
- Constitutional Law
- Contract & General Commercial Law
- Corporations Law & Insolvency
- Criminal Law & Appeals
- Employment Law
- Equity & Trusts
- Taxation & Revenue Law