Special Counsel & Mediator
Having grown up in Manchester, Daniel has been a proud Melbournian since 2007. During which he has practiced exclusively in all aspects of family law, including both simple and complex property and parenting disputes.
Although Daniel frequently runs matters in the Family Court, he is a strong advocate of helping clients to resolve disputes outside of Court. Where possible, he encourages clients to reach their own agreement in a respectful and dignified manner through processes such as mediation.
Daniel is also available to be briefed as a Mediator in all family law matters.
To further advance his understanding about the science of human behaviour, Daniel is currently studying Psychology at post-graduate level at Deakin University.
Daniel is known for his inquisitive nature, fierce loyalty, relentless enthusiasm and being a natural-born optimist and is actively engaged in the Melbourne Jewish community, both professionally and socially.
Outside of work, Daniel is a keen student of history and politics and is passionate about most sports.
He’s an avid Manchester United fan, has followed the Western Bulldogs since he landed in Australia and can talk about cricket for longer than the length of a Test Match.
Bachelor of Laws – University of Birmingham; Monash University (law)
Mediator – Australian Institute of Family Law Arbitrators and Mediators (AIFLAM)
Graduate Diploma of Psychology – Monash University
Mental Health First Aider – Mental Health First Aid Australia
Supreme Court of Victoria
High Court of Australia
The Law Society of England & Wales
Areas of Practice
All aspects of Family Law
Law Institute of Victoria
Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia
Daniel is a volunteer lawyer at Jewish Care and a mentor of law students at Leo Cussen Centre for Law