Daniel was admitted as a solicitor in November 2018 and is a member of the Law Society of NSW. He completed his Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Psychology at Western Sydney University. Daniel works for Stacks in the Bowral office, in the Southern Highlands of NSW. He speaks Lao.
Before joining Stacks, Daniel spent a year working as a conveyancing lawyer for another firm that specialises in conveyancing. In this role he settled a number of property transactions. He was also able to work on some interesting matters, including one in which a seller removed the stove from the property, which was marked as an inclusion.
In addition to the property law, conveyancing, wills and estate planning work Daniel currently does, he is interested in gaining experience in corporate and commercial law.
Daniel has a particular interest in animal law and human rights law, which has developed since he commenced studying law in 2014. Being a dog owner, he is particularly passionate about these areas of law, believing that all animals deserve similar rights to humans. He is an advocate for human rights law, with a firm belief that all people have a basic right to necessities such as food, water and sanitation.
Daniel has excellent interpersonal skills and believes his empathetic nature and active listening skills are an asset to his property law work. He avoids legal jargon and sticks to plain English when providing legal advice to his clients.
Outside of work, Daniel is interested in travelling and basketball. He also enjoys hip hop music and writes a blog about it in his spare time. He is a regular gym attendee and is currently learning to surf.
Before commencing his legal career, Daniel worked as a pool lifeguard for Campbelltown City Council and as a part-time reservist in the Australian army.