Jack is a barrister practising in Dublin, specialising in general civil and commercial law. Before being called to the bar in 2013, Jack gained an honour Degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) from Trinity College, Dublin in 2003, before qualifying as a solicitor at the Law Society of Ireland, Blackhall Place. Jack spent six years practising as a solicitor at McCann FitzGerald, A & L Goodbody and Maples and Calder, specialising in general banking and finance law with a particular emphasis on financial regulatory law and advisory work for institutions.
Since transferring to the bar, Jack has, in addition to his legal practice, lectured and written and has recently published articles in relation to the calculation of damages in negligent advice cases. His lecturing work has seen him teaching international financial services law as part of the commercial module of the Griffith College, Dublin LL.M course. Jack is also an active blogger and writes a regular column on current affairs for a national newspaper.
His legal specialities are:
- Lending and Security Law;
- The Tortious Liability of Bankers;
- Banking Litigation;
- Banking Regulation;
- Investment Services Regulation;
- Professional Negligence; and
- Financial Stabilisation Law.