Profile submitted by Daniel Burton
Junior chancery practitioner at Radcliffe Chambers specialising in pensions, probate, trusts and banking & financial services. Recent cases include: FDR Ltd. v Dutton  EWCA 200; Haastrup v Haastrup  EWHC 3311 (Ch); Wise v Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada (UK) Ltd.  EWHC 2814 (Ch); and Zoya Ltd. v Ahmed  4 W.L.R. 174 and  Ch. 127.
Chancery Bar Association; Association of Pension Lawyers; Inner Temple
Called to the Bar in 2009; Commercial Litigation department at Stewarts Law LLP in 2010; pupillage at Radcliffe Chambers in 2010; tenant at Radcliffe Chambers since 2011.
Education: 1997-2002: The City of London School. 2002-05: BA in Egyptology, Wadham College, University of Oxford (First Class). 2006-07: M St in Oriental Studies, Wadham College, University of Oxford (Distinction). 2007-08: GDL at City University (Distinction). 2008-09: BVC at BPP Law School (Very Competent).
Married, resides in London and leisure activities include travel photography and cricket.