Office location 6.26 Sandra Burslem Building, Manchester Campus
Who am I?
Who am I?
After completing his LLB (Hons) degree in Law Daniel qualified as a Barrister in 2007. As a Barrister Daniel worked in-house providing advice and assistance on a wide range of commercial arrangements from strategic planning of transactions and negotiation of contracts to deal implementation and contract management. Daniel has previous experience of lecturing at Bradford University College Centre and the University of Chester. He is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He has previously won the Association of Law Teachers Stan Marsh Bursary Prize and he has also received awards for demonstrating ‘Outstanding Teaching and Learning’. Daniel completed his PhD without amendments and was awarded the Vice Chancellor's Award for an Outstanding Research Degree Thesis. Daniels research interests lie in Legal Education, Professional Ethics & Discrimination Law.
Criminal Justice, Contract, & Tort Law, Human Rights & Legal Education
Academic and professional qualifications
LLB LLM PhD PGDip PGCE FHEA
Other academic service (administration and management)
Daniel is a Lecturer in Contract and Tort on the LLB and GDL programmes. He is a dissertation supervisor on the LLB and LLM programmes.
Research Expertise, Publications & Grants
Current work in progress
Daniel is an active researcher and a published author of books and articles in peer reviewed journals. He has presented papers at conferences across the UK and overseas. Please contact the law school for further details
Awards, Honours & Distinctions
Prizes and awards
Ph.D. achieved - *without amendments*
Awarded the Vice Chancellors Award for Outstanding Research Scholarship.
Association of Law Teachers Stan Marsh Bursary Prize winner.
Award for demonstrating ‘Outstanding Teaching and Learning’.