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Hodge Jones & Allen

Work Department

Housing & Property Disputes


Daniel has worked primarily in housing & public law, as well as property disputes since qualification. In particular Daniel deals with human rights and discrimination challenges to government, often taking on large group actions.

He has a broad range of knowledge of homelessness appeals, judicial review cases, claims for disrepair, possession claims based on rent or mortgage arrears or anti-social behaviour, unlawful evictions, and general landlord and tenant disputes. He also acts in general property disputes often involving boundary and party wall disputes, leasehold and service charge disputes, nuisance & negligence cases and rights of way.

Daniel regularly is asked to commentate on recent housing and public law issues by newspapers, television and radio outlets. He is one of the lead lawyers on the Grenfell Public Inquiry representing over 50 core participants.


Trained at Russell Jones & Walker, admitted as solicitor 2001;
Joined Hodge Jones & Allen 2007, Associate 2010-12, Partner 2012.
Deputy Head of the Housing & Property department at Hodge Jones & Allen 2020


  • The Clerkenwell County Court Duty Scheme
  • The Housing Law Practitioners’ Association
  • The Law Society Housing Law Committee
  • Property Litigation Association
  • Elected Housing Representative on the Law Society Council
  • Liberty


Anglia University (1995, LLB (Hons)); Trinity College Dublin (1996, M Phil International Politics); Bristol University (1997, LPC).

Lawyer Rankings

London > Real estate > Social housing: tenant

(Next Generation Partners)

Daniel Fitzpatrick – Hodge Jones & Allen

Hodge Jones & Allen is ‘an industry leader in social housing law‘, representing clients across a broad spectrum of social housing matters, including possession, illegal eviction anti-social behaviour injunctions and disrepair claims, and provides ‘a valued service for legally-aided clients‘. The practice, headed by ‘exceptional lawyerJayesh Kunwardia, has a strong reputation for its work regarding the administrative law aspects of social housing, such as homelessness reviews, claims for judicial review and discrimination matters, and has a niche specialism in advising victims of domestic abuse and trafficking. ‘ExceptionalFarzana Chowdhury and ‘very well-regardedSophie Bell are both experienced in acting for vulnerable tenants and those with additional needs, such as those with capacity issues. Daniel Fitzpatrick has ‘extensive experience‘ in human rights and discrimination matters and is a lead housing solicitor in the Grenfell inquiry.