Unregistered Barrister and Disability Activist
Daniel is the Founding Chair of the Association of Disabled Lawyers. Engaging with the Bar Standards Board ("BSB"), Legal Services Board, Solicitors Regulatory Authority, and many other organisations, Daniel helps improve the experiences of lawyers and students with health conditions. He recently joined the BSB Disability Taskforce, where he provide guidance as to the difficulties faced by disabled barristers.
Committee Member of AllBar Committee, an organisation of disabled barristers.
Daniel trained lead lecturers and diversity and inclusion personnel at the Bar Standards Board’s Bar Professional Training Course Conference regarding how to support disabled students and increase the number of disabled applicants.
Daniel also provided workshops for Whizz Kidz on how to fulfil ambitions, leading independent lives with impairments and disability rights. The Camden Society and ACS International Cobham have seen Daniel give presentations on education and employment. He has also given a talk on building communities for University of Greenwich's LGBT+ Network and the desexualisation of disabled people at London School of Economics and Political Science.