Daniel is a Legal Directory Specialist.
He has worked in legal publishing for over five years, with experience as a Deputy Editor on the Chambers Asia-Pacific and Chambers Global guides.
As a Deputy Editor of the Asia-Pacific guide, he oversaw research across the international legal services markets in Singapore, Japan, China and Hong Kong, and he managed the team researching Australia and New Zealand. He subsequently moved to the Chambers Global guide as a senior founding member of the team established to develop its research into firms’ international and cross-border capabilities out of key jurisdictions in the USA, UK, Europe and Asia-Pacific. During his time at Chambers he analysed hundreds of submissions across the full range of practice areas, and presented on the submissions process at Chambers’ events.
He has detailed understanding of the directory submission and analysis process and of the relationship between the country, regional and global rankings.
He has also worked as a translator and editor while living in Brazil and the Netherlands, and he holds an MA in World History & Cultures from King’s College London as well as a BA in History from the University of Southampton.