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Daniel Jenkinson

Principal

Daniel is a principal in the firm’s transactions practice.

He acts on mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial matters for a broad range of business clients, including some of the largest businesses in South Australia. He works across a variety of industry sectors, including financial services, property and development, energy and resources and agribusiness.

Daniel regularly leads projects involving:

  • share, asset, business and property sales and purchases;
  • corporate structuring and the establishment and governance of joint venture structures;
  • due diligence investigations;
  • infrastructure delivery and funding agreements for major projects;
  • outsourcing, distribution and other contractual arrangements.

Key projects Daniel has advised on include:

  • a $350 million asset transaction in the oil and gas industry;
  • numerous large superannuation fund mergers and direct investment transactions;
  • a $90 million corporate acquisition in the mining sector;
  • transactions valued up to $500 million in the financial services, construction, manufacturing, retail, agriculture, waste and mining industries;
  • the sale of aged care facilities and retirement villages;
  • numerous large-scale property projects, including greenfields residential and industrial developments.

Daniel was recognised in The Best Lawyers in Australia™ 2025 for his work in Commercial Law, Corporate Law and Superannuation Law. Daniel has been recognised by Best Lawyers since 2020.

Daniel was also recognised by Doyle's Guide as a Leading Commercial and Business Lawyer in South Australia for 2023.

  • Bachelor of Laws (Hons)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
  • Supreme Court of South Australia
  • High Court of Australia
  • Recognised by The Best Lawyers in Australia 2025 for work in:
    • Commercial Law
    • Corporate Law
    • Superannuation Law
  • Recognised by The Best Lawyers in Australia 2024 for work in:
    • Commercial Law
    • Corporate Law
    • Superannuation Law