Jamie's specialist area is the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the reporting requirements it has introduced for large companies.
Jamie is a trainee solicitor based in London.
He spent his first seat in our Employment department where he undertook extensive research into the implications of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
Jamie has since advised international clients in the technology, retail and infrastructure sectors on how to comply with the reporting requirements of the Act.
Currently sitting in the real estate finance team, Jamie is gaining valuable experience on the drafting and negotiation of lease and licence documents for some of our technology clients. He also works on loan and receivables financing transactions in the sports and real estate sectors.
Having joined us as a litigation paralegal in 2014, Jamie has broad contentious experience. He has worked on cases before employment tribunals, the High Court and the Court of Appeal and is also well acquainted with international tribunals under both the LCIA and UNCITRAL rules. In 2014 he assisted on the landmark asset-tracing case Credit Agricole v Papadimitriou  UKPC 13. In the Employment department he focused on claims brought by clients in the technology sector against former employees for breach of contract and theft of confidential information.
Before converting to law, Jamie studied languages at Jesus College, Cambridge.