Daniel is an Allens barrister who has recently been appointed in various cases related to forgery claims, intervention orders and bail applications.
Alfred Kinsey revolutionized sex research when he published Sexual Behavior in the Human Male in 1948. His groundbreaking findings and Kinsey scale–which ranks sexual desire from zero to seven–became cultural icons overnight.
Early Life and Education
Kinsey initially planned on studying engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology; after two years he changed course and transferred to Bowdoin College instead, where he earned magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa degrees.
Kinsey secured an academic position at Indiana University following graduation, where his research became internationally renowned in taxonomy. Additionally, he wrote textbooks for undergraduate students as well as earning recognition by American Men of Science as one of their starred scientists.
Kinsey quickly rose to fame with the 1948 publication of Sexual Behavior in the Human Male and its companion book Sexual Behavior in the Human Female, though he continued to insist his goal was simply collecting and presenting facts. Some speculated he may have had sociological or moral motivations for doing so.
He maintains a diverse appearance and advice practice, with expertise primarily in equity and trusts matters, especially those alleging breaches of fiduciary duties. In addition, he regularly appears before both Victorian Courts and VCAT.
Kinsey wasn’t a highly sought-after recruit in college basketball recruiting circles despite being named two times to the All-SAA first team during high school, yet Marshall noticed something special about him and took a chance on him. Since joining Marshall, he has made a profound impactful on their offense as well as impressing Coach D’Antoni with his work ethic on and off the basketball court; D’Antoni recognizes Kinsey for constantly striving to better his offensive and defensive skills while always striving to become better offensively and defensively!
Achievement and Honors
Kinsey earned gold at the 1924 Olympic Games for 110H high hurdler competition, in addition to being an educator and sports coach – coaching at Oberlin College, Earlham College, and Delta College among other universities.
In 1941, he initiated his investigation of human sexuality with funding from the Rockefeller Foundation and National Research Council. Over time he conducted thousands of interviews from men and women alike; his 1948 publication on male sexuality sold over one million copies.
David has also served on the Dorset Local Authority and as a school governor, and currently plays water polo for Weymouth & Portland WPC as well as coaching its Age Group and Senior Dorset County teams – earning multiple awards for his dedication.
Daniel maintains an active appearance and advice practice across all Victorian courts (including Supreme Court of Victoria and VCAT) as well as at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT). His primary areas of practice are criminal, family law and commercial and property disputes.
Kinsey earned an Olympic gold medal and big 10 conference championship titles for Illinois in both indoor 60-yard hurdles and outdoor 120-yard hurdles in 1924. Subsequently he completed master’s studies at Oberlin and later, his Ph.D. at Michigan in Kinesiology before teaching at Oberlin, Earlham College (Indiana) and Delta College in Bay City before retiring from coaching in 1967.
He was the beloved husband of Maria Brogna and father to Daniel and Alena; as well as being David Lansdale’s brother. Additionally, he was an active member of St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Pottstown, PA.
Kinsey’s estimated net worth stands at an estimated $11.7 million and, as of November 28, 2017, he owned more than 149,400 shares of Flowers Foods stock, with an average trade taking place every 99 days and maximum trading volume exceeding $3,600,000.
Kinsey played Gabe Lewis in 176 episodes of The Office. This character, an accountant at Dunder Mifflin and considered one of the smartest employees at the firm, proved immensely popular with viewers. Since leaving The Office he has continued with acting roles such as People of Earth (2016) and Silicon Valley (2014).
He earned additional recognition through his appearances in Shortland Street and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, two internationally broadcast television series that earned him international attention. These parts cemented his reputation for hardworking persistence in his endeavors.