I am a pupil barrister at 39 Essex Chambers and Founding Chair of the Association of Disabled Lawyers. I have engaged with the Bar Standards Board, Legal Services Board, Solicitors Regulatory Authority, and many other organisations to help improve the experiences of lawyers and students with health conditions. I have undertaken pro bono cases with Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre, Hackney Community Law Centre, and the Free Representation Unit.
I was educated in special needs schools and became a seasoned disability rights activist. I have worked or volunteered with Disability Rights UK, Regard, Stonewall, Access to Justice Foundation, British Institute of Human Rights and the Human Rights Lawyers Association.
I have enjoyed success in my roles. I was ‘highly commended’ at the European Diversity Awards 2018 and is a recipient of Middle Temple’s Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Award, Blackstone Exhibition Award and Certificate of Honour. I also received a Campaign of the Year Award for my work on improving accessibility.
I enjoy working with non-governmental organisations to contribute to the social good. NGOs campaign on important issues whether it be animal rights, human rights, environmental protection, access to justice and so on. Working for NGOs provides the opportunity to push for change.
I am currently involved in several organisations in disability activism and the legal Sector
DaNIEL WAS A PANELLIST AT CITY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON'S ALUMNI EVENT ON BUILDING A BETTER LEGAL COMMUNITY.
DANIEL GAVE GUIDANCE AT THE SOCIETY OF LABOUR LAWYERS' CAREERS EVENT.