Jamie specialises in international, public and regulatory law. Since he joined the firm in 2004 he has acquired extensive experience acting for governmental and other public bodies bodies, non-governmental organisations, banks, investment firms, regulators and private individuals.

What is Jamie up to these days

Jamie is a Fellow of Wolfson College, University of Cambridge. His academic research focuses on international territorial disputes, self-determination and human rights. He also teaches undergraduates at the university. His work has been published in leading journals such as the International and Comparative Law Quarterly, the Cambridge Law Journal and the Cambridge Review of International Affairs. Despite being based primarily in the UK he remains a consultant at ISOLAS and continues to work closely with colleagues at the firm.

What they say about Jamie

  • 'A highly recommended practitioner': Chambers Global 2012
  • 'Star of the future': Chambers Global, 2013
  • 'Highly regarded': Chambers Global 2014


Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn

The Gibraltar Bar Council

British Institute of International and Comparative Law


2014 Consultant, ISOLAS

2013 Fellow, Wolfson College Cambridge

2007 Associate, ISOLAS

2005 Called to the Gibraltar Bar

2004 Associate, Isola & Isola

2001 Called to the Bar of England and Wales


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