Daniel is an associate in DLA Piper's Global Trade and Government Affairs team and has extensive experience of advising sovereign states, international organisations and corporate clients on a wide range of contentious and non-contentious international trade law and public international law matters.

Daniel joined the team having completed an bachelor's degree in International History at the LSE and a bachelor's degree in Law at the University of Law. Whilst studying, he worked for a Member of Parliament as a researcher as well as for a UK political party.

During his training contract, Daniel was seconded to DLA Piper's Dubai office.