Daniel Henderson

Daniel Henderson




BA (Hons), Law, University of Cambridge 2:1
LLM, London School of Economics (Distinction)
BVS, City Law School (Outstanding)

Scholarships & Prizes

Scarman Prize, City Law School (2021)
Oxford University Press Prize for Excellence in Advocacy and Procedure, City Law School (2021)
Best Advocate, Middle Temple Young Barristers’ Association (2020)
Astbury Scholarship, Middle Temple (2020)
Lawyers’ Alumni Prize, London School of Economics (2020)
Anniversary Scholarship, London School of Economics (2019)
Choral Scholarship, King’s College, Cambridge (2016)


Honourable Society of the Middle Temple


Daniel commenced his pupillage in September 2021 and is currently supervised by Henrietta Paget.

Prior to commencing pupillage, Daniel studied for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Law, obtaining several academic prizes for his performance in those and in his Bar vocational studies. Daniel also spent time volunteering at Advocate (formerly the Bar Pro Bono Unit), assisting as the first point of contact for vulnerable individuals seeking pro bono representation. He also worked as a Legal Analyst for litigation analytics company Solomonic, analysing judgments from all High Court Divisions to extract trends in judicial reasoning, and spent a number of months as a private tutor for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Outside of the law, Daniel is a keen musician, and has spent many years singing in choirs all over the world.