Jamie has a broad advisory and litigation practice. Much of his work is in the fields of banking, financial services and civil fraud. He has extensive experience advising banks, investment firms, and the Financial Services Commission on regulatory matters, private law issues (including jurisdictional and applicable law disputes) and EC law. He is also active in the fields of public and human rights law.
Jamie was previously an assistant professor at the National Judicial College of China and at Tsinghua University in Beijing. He also tutored law on a part-time basis at Oxford University during his time as a graduate student. He has postgraduate degrees in international law from the University of Oxford and in international relations from the University of Cambridge, where he ranked first in his year.
Jamie is currently based at the University of Cambridge where he is researching issues relating to the international legal status of small colonial territories. He nevertheless continues to accept instructions and to work closely with colleagues in the litigation team and the financial services and banking team.
"He has an impressive grasp of the law and a great eye for detail, which he combines with an efficient, client-friendly approach. He is particularly good on issues with a European angle."
Andrew Smith, Head of Compliance, Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch, Gibraltar
2007 Associate, ISOLAS
2005 Called to the Gibraltar Bar
2004 Associate, Isola & Isola
2001 Called to the Bar of England and Wales