Jack qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and specialises in wills, tax, probate and immigration matters.
A graduate of the University of Southern California’s law school, Jack first qualified in 1997 in New Mexico as a US attorney-at-law. He began his legal practice in a grant-funded posting to a legal aid office on the Navajo Nation, where he qualified as a tribal advocate, and authored a widely-cited article on Native American tribal government relations with the US Federal government.
Jack’s career since has spanned public and private legal sectors, public-interest policy advocacy, and entrepreneurship. He has advised business, charitable and private clients, and has developed particular expertise in matters with an international or cross-jurisdictional element. He has taught law to undergraduates and accountancy students, has served on the advisory boards of various public policy groups, and as a trustee for non-profit organisations and a major university.
Jack and his wife Pamela live in Farnham with their three boys, who all follow the Boston Red Sox and play baseball for Guildford’s home team.