Jack is fast developing a reputation for combining a sympathetic approach to his cases with robust and persuasive advocacy. His work encompasses both family and civil law focusing on fiancial remedy, private law children, contractual and personal injury disputes.
Within family finance, his case load involves disputes with substantial assets as well as those where funds are more limited. In private law proceedings he has particular experience in cases where there are issues of parental alienation and/or domestic violence and has had particular success in challenging CAFCASS recommendations when necessary.
Jack's civil clients range from individual litigants to multi-national corporations. The overlap of his family and civil practice mean that Jack is particularly well placed to deal with property disputes between unmarried couples under TLATA 1996.
Before joining chambers Jack undertook an MA in Politics and Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh and then studied at the College of Law where he achieved the highest marks amongst his call group. He now acts a mentor for student barristers seeking family law pupillages.