Jack Crisp

Jack Crisp


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Jack is an associate in the Dispute Resolution department.

Following experience in London and Guernsey as a paralegal in a variety of practice areas, Jack trained at Collas Crill. He qualified as a solicitor of England and Wales in September 2018.

As part of his training, Jack spent three months on secondment with Osborne Clarke in London.

Jack applies his varied experience to a broad range of work at Collas Crill including regulatory and contentious trust work.

Jack's academic background in Mathematics and Logic gives his legal writing a logical, no-nonsense style. However, he is approachable and friendly and prides himself on being able to discuss clients' legal issues without jargon.

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