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Meredith Daniel

Call 2017

Meredith has a broad practice with a particular interest in personal injury, clinical negligence, inquests and inquiries, and health and safety.

In her civil practice Meredith regularly appears in Fast Track matters as well as led and unled in Multi-Track matters. She has a particular interest in, and experience of, cases where there are allegations of fraud and has experience of cases involving fabricated accidents, exaggerated symptoms and symptoms which are inconsistent with the mechanism of injury. Further information on this can be found in the Civil/Insurance Fraud section of her profile. Meredith has experience of both personal injury and clinical negligence work and is regularly instructed by NHS trusts, local authorities and private companies.

Meredith is also regularly instructed in inquests and has experience of handling Article 2 inquests, inquests with a risk of a Prevention of Future Deaths Report and inquests concerning particularly sensitive deaths.

Meredith read law at the University of York, graduating first in her year and being the first person to be awarded First Class Honours (with distinction) in Law.

Prior to joining the Bar, she spent a year as the judicial assistant to Lord Justice Simon in the Court of Appeal where she predominantly worked on large commercial cases, but also gained experience across a broad range of practice areas. Meredith also worked at the Infected Blood Inquiry where her expertise was required in taking witness evidence from infected and affected individuals and in compiling reports evaluating information from thousands of pages of disclosed documents.


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  • Hardwicke Entrance Award, Lincoln’s Inn (2017)
  • Lord Denning Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn (2016)
  • Oxford University Press Law Prize for highest graduating LLB student, University of York (2014)




  • BPTC, BPP Law School (2017)
  • LLM, Distinction (1st in year), University of York (2015)
  • LLB Law, First Class Honours with Distinction (1st in year), University of York (2011-2014)

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