“Jake is an associate, specialising in dispute resolution. He acts across a broad range of contentious matters and is committed to achieving commercial solutions to complex legal problems for his clients”

Jake is a newly qualified associate at Cooke, Young & Keidan. Jake trained at Howard Kennedy LLP where he sat in the commercial litigation department and advised on a broad range of matters including civil fraud, unfair prejudice and breach of contract claims. Jake also trained with the corporate mergers & acquisitions, property litigation, and investment and development teams.

Background

Jake read philosophy at the University of Leeds, before working at the Henry Jackson Society, a political think-tank based in London. Jake then completed his Graduate Diploma in Law at BPP and went on to work with the Lawfare Project, a New York based legal think-tank. Jake then worked as a paralegal at Schillings International LLP, a law firm specialising in reputation management and dispute resolution. During his time at Schillings, Jake acted for high profile corporations and ultra high net worth individuals on matters relating to defamation and the misuse of private information. Jake then completed his LPC at BPP in London, achieving Distinction.