- 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
- 1995 (South Africa)
- 2010 (England)
- Year Joined:
Daniel is dually qualified, originally from Zimbabwe, he was admitted as an attorney at law in South Africa in 1995. On joining a notable law firm in Pretoria he practised litigation and dispute resolution. On arrival in the UK, following completion of the qualified lawyers' transfer test, he was admitted as a solicitor in England & Wales in 2010.
Daniel expanded his expertise within a number of finance companies, including part of RBS, he gained experience in advising in a wide range of areas including debt recovery, factoring and insolvency.
Daniel also focuses on contentious cross-border litigation dispute resolution across a full range of practice areas.
Daniel heads the LBGT 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, including complex overseas surrogacy matters.
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.
- 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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