Daniel Eilon has taught at Cambridge (where he studied and obtained his PhD), at Warwick University (where he was a lecturer for several years), and at Kings College, London (where his audience recently broke into spontaneous applause – most un-English!).
He prides himself on making his lectures fun, amusing and memorable. He believes media law need not be dull or dry. He draws upon over twenty years’ experience drafting agreements and resolving disputes in the varied worlds of brands, technology, theatre, digital newspapers, cheap flights, underground railways, robots, fashion, animation characters, TV game-shows, fire-fighting systems, and vibrating chairs for soothing babies.