Jack is completing his pupillage under the supervision of Anna Medvinskaia, Lee Finch, and Robin Kingham. As a second-six pupil, Jack accepts instructions in Chambers’ core areas of practice.

During his pupillage, Jack has gained experience of consumer finance and mis-selling litigation, in particular claims relating to undisclosed commission, and regulatory law in both civil and criminal jurisdictions. Jack has also assisted on a variety of advisory matters including a review of the new enforcement regime in the Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill (for Jonathan Kirk KC and Anna Medvinskaia) and the novel application of unfair contract terms legislation (for David Travers KC).

Before joining Chambers, Jack obtained a first-class degree in German and Russian from the University of Cambridge and completed the Graduate Diploma in Law with distinction at the City Law School. Jack studied the Bar Vocational Studies as a Lord Mansfield Scholar of Lincoln’s Inn, the Inn’s most prestigious award.

Jack has mooted in various international competitions: he was a finalist in the III Milan Investment Arbitration Pre-Moot 2022, a semi-finalist in the VI Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot 2022, and he was selected to sit as an arbitrator in the Foreign Direct Investment Moot 2023.

Jack is a fluent German speaker and has previously worked as a translator. He is a member of the Attorney General’s Junior Junior Scheme.

  • Education, qualifications, memberships

    2023 – Called to the Bar of England and Wales by Lincoln’s Inn

    2022-2023 – City, University of London: Bar Vocational Studies (Very Competent)

    2021-2022 – City, University of London: Graduate Diploma in Law (Distinction)

    2016-2020 – University of Cambridge, Corpus Christi College: German & Russian (First Class)


    The Attorney General’s Junior Junior Scheme

    The British-German Jurists’ Association

    The Society for Computers and Law

    The Lord Denning Society, Lincoln’s Inn

    The Bar European Group

  • Awards & prizes

    Sir John and Lady Sophie Laws Scholar, The Bar European Group

    Lord Mansfield Scholar, Lincoln’s Inn

    Lord Haldane Scholar, Lincoln’s Inn

    BVS Scholarship, The City Law School

    Boorman Scholarship, Corpus Christi College

    College Scholarship, Corpus Christi College

    Special Excellence in Part II: Oral Examination, University of Cambridge

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