The Cream of The Lawyers’ Crop: Daniel Saoul’s swift rise to silk

4 New Square’s Daniel Saoul has been selected by The Lawyer as one of this year’s outstanding barristers taking silk, being appointed Queen’s Counsel after only ten years at the Bar.

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The Lawyer’s feature on Dan reads as follows:

“Saoul’s experience as a solicitor at HSF has helped accelerate his Bar practice, allowing him to better understand the challenges solicitors face and how a barrister can add value both inside and outside a courtroom.

Saoul’s cases are primarily commercial disputes. Even as a junior, he demonstrated strong trial advocacy skills and was often instructed by solicitors as the sole advocate in difficult, high-value litigation.

His involvement in the recent Kazakhstan Kagazy High Court litigation, in which he helped the Central Asia claimant win a four-year fraud case, is one of the highlights.

His commercial litigation practice is supplemented with expertise in sports law. He represents high-profile global sports stars, such as former Great Britain prop Ryan Bailey, in challenging proceedings and situations. It is a natural progression thanks to Saoul’s past in international rowing.

Saoul looks forward to developing further his niche in offshore litigation. He was called to the BVI Bar in 2009.”