Daniel graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School with a Juris Doctorate in 2010. Prior to law school, he studied Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Toronto.
During his time at Osgoode, Daniel participated in the Intensive Program in Mediation, which gave him hands on experience resolving disputes in the Toronto Small Claims Court. He was also part of a team which offered seminars to youth focused on improving family communication and reducing conflict.
Before attending law school, Daniel volunteered at "Justice for Children and Youth" as a research assistant. In 2009, he assisted Anita Volikis with research for The 2010 Annotated Ontario Children's Law Reform Act; he will also be assisting Anita with the 2011 update.
Daniel worked at Niman Zemans Gelgoot LLP during the summer of 2009, and returned to complete his articling term in August of 2010.