Daniel Theron

Education: Degree in Law (BLC), at University of Pretoria Post-graduate degree in Law (LLB), at University of Pretoria, QLTT transfer One World College and BPP, London

Admitted: 1995 (South Africa) 2010 (England)

Year Joined: 2012

Languages: English and Afrikaans

Daniel Theron


Daniel Theron is a partner and is based at our Glasgow office. Daniel is dually qualified in England and South Africa. Following completion of the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Test, he was admitted as a solicitor in England & Wales in 2010.

Born and raised in Zimbabwe, he received his schooling and training in South Africa and was admitted as an attorney at law in 1995. On joining a notable law firm in Pretoria he practised litigation and dispute resolution. On arrival in the UK, he was employed at various finance companies, including Euro Sales Finance Plc (previously part of RBSCS) which specialised in financial factoring, invoice discounting, company collect-outs and dealing with recoveries.

Daniel then joined a London based law firm and gained experience in international real estate and developments.

Daniel specialises in the following areas:

  • Family
  •  Employment
  •  Litigation
  •  Debt Recovery
  •  Defamation

Daniel heads the firm’s LGBT+ division, and provides a bespoke and personal service to our LGBT+ clients. Daniel has a record of success in LGBT discrimination cases as well as providing advice and guidance on a number of significant international areas.

Daniel is instrumental in the development of the firm’s sub-Sahara office.


Daniel Theron advises on litigation in family law, employment, cross-border debt recovery and defamation. Daniel has considerable expertise in contentious cross-border family law, including complex financial arrangements and enjoys a high level of success in both debt recovery and employment law. 

Daniel enjoys a reputation of being meticulous in his analysis of the merits of a matter and tenacious in his pursuit of a successful outcome for clients. He frequently impressively navigates challenging situations culminating in an excellent level of achievement, in excess of all expectations.

Recent Cases:

  • Acted in a constructive dismissal matter involving a senior employee of a global organisation involving the mishandling of an unfounded allegation and the subsequent attempt by the organisation to engineer the employee’s exit.

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