Jack joined Chambers as a tenant in 2005 following successful completion of his pupillage. He is developing his practice in all of Chambers’ key areas of expertise and has experience of representing both claimants and defendants. He has a particular interest in travel litigation and is recommended in the Travel Law section of the current edition of Chambers & Partners in which he is described as a “rising star”, “dependable when it comes to challenging cases and clearly someone with a huge career ahead of him”. He is the author of a number of recent articles on the Denied Boarding Regulations EC Reg 261/2004. He obtained a First Class Law Degree from Cambridge University and joined the Bar with a scholarship from the Middle Temple.
Court of Appeal takes strict line on liability for food poisoning on package holiday
The Sky’s the Limit. Denied Boarding Compensation and Limitation Periods
Particularly Extraordinary Circumstances
A Sting in the Tail – The Recent Decision of the European Court of Justice in Walz v Clickair