Daniel says; “Reform Judaism flows through my veins. From my grandfathers, a founder member and a former president of Bromley Reform Synagogue, and through my parents, both former office-holders within North West Surrey Synagogue, it is perhaps no surprise that I am seeking to assist the Movement.”
Since birth, Daniel has been a member of NWSS. Whilst he may be young, he certainly does not lack experience.
As a young adult, he served on NWSS Council, leading a team that re-drafted the Synagogue Constitution, which he remains responsible for periodic revisions. He remains involved in Synagogue life – as a father of Cheder-aged children and a member of the Synagogue’s Youth Education Group.
He is also a charity trustee as Group Scout Leader of 1st Stanwell Scout Group. The Scout movement follows a similar model to the Reform Movement: each Scout Group is its own charity but takes direction from national headquarters.
By profession Daniel is a barrister, practising crime and family law. Within Chambers, he is responsible for selecting, training and supervising pupils (trainees). He is also a Recorder (part-time Judge) in the Family Court.