Daniel Bridgland

  • Job Title:Associate Solicitor
  • Service: Commercial Property, Conveyancing & Residential Property, Conveyancing & Residential Property
  • Sector/ Specialism: Property Developers & Investors, Rural Business
  • Contact Number:01622 698015
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I completed a LLB Hons Degree in Law at Sheffield Hallam University followed by the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in Guildford.  I then trained and worked in a small Kent firm before moving to T G Baynes in 2001 and also qualified as a solicitor in 2001 then moved to asb law LLP in 2006.  I joined the firm in 2012.


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What my clients say:

“Daniel represents the cream of legal services available today, with a thorough knowledge of his field, the ability to work to challenging deadlines, great integrity and a commercial view that gets the required results. He also has a competitive edge and, importantly, strong interpersonal skills (which includes a sense of humour) enabling him to bond positively with everyone involved in a transaction.”


“Unlike other legal advisers I have used, Daniel is able to always never lose sight of the commercial objectives, and hence doesn't waste time going down blind alleys worrying about moot points. Pleasure to deal with too!”


When out of the office:

Up until Spring 2013 I was a game official for amateur American Football and could often be found out on the field at the weekends covering national or university league games all over London and the South East.  I was a game official at five national finals weekends, and also covered high school and amateur games in Texas and Holland.  In August 2012 I officiated at the National League Junior Final at Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield.  Although I have taken a break to concentrate more on my two young sons (born in 2006 and 2009) - whose boisterous activities I often find I have to “referee” – I still have a passion for the sport and hope to return to officiating in the future.  Whenever I can I do try to get out on the golf course.

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