Daniel is a barrister, judge and Clapham resident. Called to the bar in 1997, his practice is in real property law with an emphasis on landlord and tenant issues. He has been listed as a leading individual for Property Litigation in the Legal 500 and recommended as a leader in the field of Real Estate Litigation in Chambers and Partners. He is also the author of a number of books on landlord and tenant and real property issues and is an editor of the Landlord and Tenant Review as well as of Graya, the Gray’s Inn periodical. He was appointed a judge of the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) in October 2011 and sits on the southern panel. His local activities include being the honorary solicitor for the Clapham Society, keeping up with his wife’s guerrilla gardening and ferrying his two young children around. When he can, which isn’t as often as it used to be, he loves going to the theatre, concerts and the cinema.