Daniel is a Trainee Solicitor in his third seat as part of the Employment team at Howes Percival. He previously spent 6 months as a Paralegal in the Commercial Property team, and completed his LPC with BPP University in Cambridge.
After completing a Law Degree at the University of Oxford, Daniel spent some time in legal research, which was mainly in the field of Family Law. In particular, he worked on the issue of parental alienation of children during divorce, assisting with cases which revolved around this increasingly prevalent problem.
2020 – Present: Trainee Solicitor, Howes Percival LLP
2019 – 2020: Paralegal, Howes Percival LLP
2018 – 2019: LPC, BPP University
2012 – 2017: Law Degree, University of Oxford
COVID-19 medical exemptions from vaccination and NHS COVID Pass
On 1 October 2021, the Department of Health and Social Care published guidance on how individuals may apply for proof, via the NHS COVID Pass, that they are unable to be vaccinated and/or tested for COVID-19 for medical reasons.
Compulsory Covid-19 vaccination: Temporary medical exemptions for care home staff
From 15 September 2021, for a temporary period, people working or volunteering in care homes who have a medical reason why they are unable to have the vaccine will be able to self-certify that they meet the medical exemption criteria.
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