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Degrees and accreditations
LLM, University of Cambridge
LLB (Dean's List), UNSW
BSc (Hons) (Dean's List), UNSW
Lecturer: Competition and Consumer Law, USYD, LPAB – 2021-2022
Lecturer: Competition and Consumer Law, UTS – 2018-2019
Lecturer: Civil Procedure, Evidence, USYD – 2012-2017
Lecturer: Evidence Law, Bar Preparation Course, UTS – 2012-2017
Editor – Competition and Consumer Law News – 2017-2021
Legal Officer – Royal Australian Navy – 2013-2019
- Administrative law
- Commercial law
- Competition and Consumer law
- Consumer guarantees
- Criminal cartels
- Misleading or deceptive conduct
- Unconscionable conduct
- Family law
- Intellectual property
- Trade Marks
- Money laundering regulatory law
- Proceeds of crime litigation
- Regulatory law
Admitted to the Bar in 2008 after practising as a solicitor, Daniel appears in proceedings across Australia in administrative, commercial, intellectual property and family law matters. More recently he has been briefed in corporate criminal law matters.
He advises and acts for listed companies, small businesses and government regulators, such as the ACCC.
He has a particular expertise in competition law and corporate regulatory law.
In addition to advocacy work, Daniel’s practice also includes strategic advisory work for both private and government clients.
Prior to joining the Bar, Daniel worked at Clayton Utz and at the Australian Government Solicitor and was a political adviser for a member of the Federal Parliament.
Daniel lectured law at the University of Sydney and UTS. He is an editor of the Competition and Consumer Law News.
For information about selected cases in which Daniel has acted please see his CV.
- Senior Lawyer – Australian Government Solicitor (2006 - 2008)
- Advisor to Hon R McClelland MP – Parliament House, Canberra (2004 - 2005)
- Lawyer – Clayton Utz (2004)
- Associate the Hon Justice Madgwick – Federal Court of Australia (2003 - 2004)