After taking his law degree and training at the Inns of Court School of Law, followed by pupillage at the Chambers of Rupert Jackson QC, now Lord Justice Jackson, John was called to the bar in 1995.
He continued to practise as a barrister until 1998 when he gained dual status by becoming enrolled as a solicitor. John has practised as a solicitor ever since working almost exclusively in the area of employment law. He was a partner in large regional and city firms before setting up his own boutique employment law firm in 2007 with a former colleague.
John acts mainly for medium to large organisations and senior executives.
“I’m delighted to have become a consultant for Brachers, an excellent firm which is held in high regard both within the region and beyond. I am looking forward to developing my role here and working with the first-class team of employment lawyers.”
In his spare time, John’s interests include music and sailing. He is married with two children and two grandchildren. John also sits as a part-time employment judge.
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