Provided by Daniel Mansell
Daniel Mansell has a broad practice across chambers’ area of expertise, specialising in professional discipline, crime and major public inquiries.
Hel has extensive experience in the field of professional discipline, representing both regulators and registered professionals. He has acted in proceedings brought by, among others, the General Medical Council (GMC), General Dental Council (GDC), the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), the General Optical Council (GOC), the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). He also acts for police officers facing gross misconduct proceedings. Daniel advises at all stages of proceedings and is experienced in cross-examining experts.
Daniel’s public inquiry work includes:
· Covid-19 Inquiry – appointed as a member of the Counsel to the Inquiry team for the inquiry into the UK’s response to, and impact of, the Covid-19 pandemic.
· Dawn Sturgess Inquiry – instructed by the Metropolitan Police Service in the public inquiry concerning the death of Dawn Sturgess (who died in Salisbury from Novichok poisoning).
· Manchester Arena Inquiry – instructed by Greater Manchester Police and Counter Terrorism Policing North West in the public inquiry into the 2017 Manchester Arena terrorist attack.
He regularly appears before the criminal courts, both prosecuting and defending. He has acted in cases involving serious violence, rape, sexual assault, drugs and fraud. Daniel represents a range of clients, including individuals, companies and statutory bodies.
Called to the Bar 2012.
Specialist Advocates’ C panellist for Health & Safety and Environmental Law
MA (Cantab) Queens’ College, Cambridge