Daniel is a solicitor in the Magistrates’ Court Department at Cobleys.
Daniel gained a law degree and completed his Legal Practice Course at Northumbria University (Newcastle) in 2012 and since then has gained a wealth of experience working in busy legal practices, working initially as a civil and then criminal paralegal before qualifying as a solicitor in 2016.
Prior to joining Cobleys, Daniel exclusively dealt with road traffic cases, becoming a highly respected specialist in that area of criminal law. Since joining Cobleys, Daniel advises and represents clients in the Magistrates and Youth Court, dealing with a wide range of criminal offences including violence, drugs offences, dishonesty and sexual offences.
Daniel is particularly skilled in legal research and ensuring attention to detail in order to achieve the best possible outcome for his clients.