Year Of Call: 2004
Jack joined Chambers as a tenant in 2005 following successful completion of his pupillage. He continues to develop his practice in all of Chambers’ key areas of expertise with ongoing experience of representing both claimants and defendants.
Jack is recommended as a leading junior in Travel Law in Chambers & Partners UK Bar Guide 2017 and in the Consumer category in the 2016 edition of The Legal 500. Client descriptions of him, contained in these directories, are set out below.
“Supremely intelligent and practically very sound.”
“Jack has an incredible ability to view a case from all angles and often pre-empts issues before they even arise.”
“He turns things around very quickly, gets to the nub of the issue and gives strong advice.”
Jack has authored a number of recent articles on the Denied Boarding Regulations EC Reg 261/2004 and is a regular contributor to the TATLA newsletter
Jack is also developing a strong practice in Occupational stress claims. He recently represented the successful defendant in the High Court in Bailey v Devon Partnership NHS Trust (2014). He obtained a First Class Law Degree from Cambridge University and joined the Bar with a scholarship from the Middle Temple.