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Daniel Wand

Year of Call: 2016

Daniel commenced pupillage in October 2018 and is currently under the supervision of Gavin Holme. Daniel hopes to gain experience across a range of areas during pupillage and to build a mixed common law practice thereafter which includes crime, regulatory, family, public and general civil law.

Before commencing pupillage Daniel completed his doctoral studies, focusing on international criminal justice, at the School of Politics and International Studies at the University of Leeds. During this time there he was employed as a Graduate Teaching Assistant teaching international politics, political theory and transitional justice to undergraduate students. Daniel also taught international law at the University of Sheffield as a Teaching Associate and was a Visiting Lecturer for the African Prisons Project teaching criminal law, public law and international human rights to prisoners in Kenya.

In addition to his academic experience, Daniel has worked on the defence team of Mr Jean-Pierre Bemba at the International Criminal Court, in the public law and human rights department at a leading national law firm and as a research assistant at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law.



Bar Professional Training Course, BPP University, Holborn (Outstanding)

PhD International Relations, University of Leeds (submitted and awaiting oral exam)

LLM Public International Law, University of Sheffield (Distinction)

LLB (Hons), University of Sheffield



ICLR Pupillage Award, 2018

Marshall Hall Trust Pupillage Award, 2018

Sir Joseph Priestley Scholarship, Inner Temple, 2018

Internship Award, Inner Temple, 2016

BPTC Prize, Inner Temple, 2016

Major Scholarship, Inner Temple, 2014

Duke of Edinburgh Entrance Award, Inner Temple, 2014

Doctoral Scholarship, Economic and Social Research Council, 2014



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