Daniel provides strategic advice and representation to private and public sector employers on a wide range of labour, employment, and human rights issues including labour disputes, grievance arbitrations, employment standards, employment contracts, human rights and accommodation, and related litigation.  He takes a solutions-oriented approach to all client matters—whether it is union organizing, collective bargaining, grievance arbitration, or human rights issues, Daniel works with clients to find a tailored solution that works for them.

Before joining Harris in 2022, Daniel worked as an associate at a management-side labour and employment law boutique in Toronto.  There, he represented clients on all aspects of labour, employment, and human rights law at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, and other administrative tribunals.

Daniel received his Juris Doctor from Queen’s University in 2020.  While attending law school, he won the Queen’s Law Prize in Labour Law and the Stringer, Brisbin, Humphrey Prize in Labour Law for excellence in labour law.


  • Queen’s University Law Prize in Labour Law, 2019
  • Stringer, Brisbin, Humphrey Prize in Labour Law, 2019


Professional & Community Involvement

  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Ontario Bar Association (Labour & Employment; Civil Litigation; Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights; Workers’ Compensation; and Young Lawyers)

Practice Areas

Year of Call

  • Ontario, 2021
  • British Columbia, 2022


  • Juris Doctor, Queen’s University, 2020
  • Bachelor of Journalism, Carleton University, 2016