Jack Troup

2013 Inner Temple

Jack completed his pupillage with David Traynor as his supervisor in June 2017.

He is now a member of chambers Criminal Team.

His specialist area of practice is Criminal law, although he accepts instructions on a variety of other areas of Common Law.

Prior to pupillage at 15 Winckley Square, Jack worked with the Citizens Advice Bureau providing guidance in a range of areas from Employment law to welfare rights.

After leaving the Citizens Advice Bureau Jack worked in a large Employment Consultancy based in the centre of Manchester as a Tribunal Advocate. He advised companies of all sizes on matters ranging from small wage/holiday disputes to representing a large multi-national fast food franchise in a claim for discrimination. Jack was often instructed on short notice for multi-day cases in Tribunals all around the UK.

Whilst working Jack also completed his Masters Degree part time successfully obtaining a Merit from the University of Manchester in Security and International Law (LLM).

His strong interpersonal and communication skills provide him with a solid background to allow him to deal with a large range of criminal advocacy work. Jack is also interested in Employment and Regulatory work having advised a number of Care Homes and other businesses in the regulatory sector.