- Neil Grisdale
- Emma Rogers
Education and Memberships
- PhD (University of Chester)
- BPTC (Manchester Metropolitan University)
- Chancery Bar Association
- Queen Mother’s Scholar, Middle Temple
Areas of Work
- Chancery and Commercial
Jac joined chambers after completing a Chancery and Commercial pupillage under the supervision of Nicholas Jackson. He read Jurisprudence (Law) at St Peter's College, University of Oxford before completing an MSc in Research Methods and Quantitative Analysis, and a PhD in Law.
He undertook the Bar Professional Training Course at Manchester Metropolitan University, achieving the classification: Very Competent. Jac was awarded the Paul Methven Scholarship and an Exhibition award by Inner Temple.
Prior to commencing pupillage, Jac was a Senior Lecturer at the University of Chester Law School. Whilst an academic Jac presented his work at numerous national, and international conferences and has published a number of peer reviewed works in academic journals.
Jac has been appointed to the Attorney General's Civil Panel Counsel Junior Scheme (2016) and also the Welsh Government Junior Barrister Public Law Scheme (2016).
He is keen to accept work across all the areas of law covered by the Chancery and Commercial team.
Jac grew up in North Wales and enjoys playing and watching rugby
Property- including boundary disputes, conveyancing, mortgages, covenants, easements, adverse possession, trusts of land, highways, and planning.
Landlord & Tenant- including commercial & residential, social housing, possession claims, dilapidations & disrepair, agricultural tenancies, and leasehold enfranchisement.
Company and partnership law- all aspects.
Commercial law- including contract disputes, insolvency, debt claims, intellectual property (copyright), sale of goods, construction disputes & consumer credit.
Trusts and probate- including administration of estates, wills, trusts, and Inheritance Act 1975 claims.