Jacob is a trainee in the criminal litigation team.

In his previous seat in commercial and regulatory litigation, Jacob worked on public law matters (including judicial review), regulatory litigation and advisory work, and on a range of commercial litigation involving private individuals and commercial organisations.

During his time in the charity and social business team Jacob worked on matters of governance, commercial contracts, charity incorporation, data protection, and employment law. Jacob also has experience in housing and property litigation where he focused on ADR involving commercial and residential landlords and tenants, neighbours and party walls, and commercial lease renewal disputes.

Before beginning his training contract at Russell-Cooke in October 2016, Jacob worked as a criminal litigation paralegal at a central London firm. Prior to that, he worked for five years as a research officer for a consultancy advising clients on the Middle East and North Africa, during which time he undertook his legal studies.