Combining a personal interest in technology with his professional background in law, Daniel has joined Carey Olsen's crypto practice. Daniel provides advice in relation to initial coin offerings (ICOs) and other blockchain and digital assets businesses.
Prior to joining Carey Olsen in 2018, Daniel commenced his offshore career when he moved to Jersey in 2016 to train at another offshore law firm. Daniel had previously worked in the corporate department of Linklaters specialising in mergers and acquisitions, during his time there he was seconded to Allied Irish Banks to assist with the preparatory work for its IPO and to the corporate treasury department of Lloyds Banking Group. Daniel also spent a year at Deutsche Bank in its legal and compliance departments.
Daniel is a founder member of the Jersey Digital Assets Working Group and is currently the secretary of the Jersey Junior Lawyers Association and a mentor on the Digital Jersey Coding Programme.
After being awarded the Sweet & Maxwell Law Prize for graduating at the top of his undergraduate cohort, Daniel undertook the prestigious Bachelor of Civil Law course at Oxford studying the developing doctrine of restitution and unjust enrichment.