Daniel completed his J.D. at the Queen’s Faculty of Law in Kingston, Ontario. Having a keen interest in advocacy, Daniel volunteered as a caseworker for the Queen’s Legal Aid Clinic, competed in the Davies Corporate/Securities Moot and several other moots, and worked as a student intern with the Department of Justice (Civil Litigation Section). Daniel was the recipient of the Dean’s Gold Scholar Award for the highest overall academic standing in first year of law school. He also received course prizes for the highest standing in Property Law and Introduction to Legal Research.
Daniel received his Bachelor of Knowledge Integration at the University of Waterloo, with a Collaborative Design Specialization and Minors in Legal Studies and History. He worked as a cabinet maker in the year following graduation prior to attending law school. After graduating law school a semester early, Daniel joined a legal technology start-up focused on addressing access-to-justice through virtual community building and remotely coordinated legal aid task forces.
In his spare time, Daniel enjoys volunteering with youth programs in his community, reading on a variety of subjects, hiking with friends and biking.