Joshua Jackson (Pupil)

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PRACTICE AREAS

Clinical Negligence | Discrimination & Equality | Employment | Human Rights | Personal Injury | Public & Administrative Law

OVERVIEW

Joshua is currently supervised by Tom Brown.

Prior to pupillage Joshua worked as a project manager at Action4Justice, where he helped develop access to justice platforms in different countries and authored guidebooks on public interest litigation. Previously, he spent a year as an intern in Greenpeace International's legal team, where he assisted on climate litigation in several jurisdictions. Alongside pupillage, he is currently a member of the Executive Committee of Action4Justice and has been elected to the Steering Committee of the ETO Consortium. Joshua has working proficiency in Spanish.

QUALIFICATIONS AND AWARDS

Queen's Scholar – Middle Temple
BPTC Scholarship – City Law School
Valedictorian Speech – University of Amsterdam
J F Gregg Prize for best law student – University of Birmingham
Sir Henry Barber Law Scholarship – University of Birmingham
Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours, University of Birmingham, 2017
Masters in Public International Law (Cum Laude), University of Amsterdam, 2018
Bar Practice Training Course (Outstanding), City Law School, University of London, 2020

MEMBERSHIPS AND APPOINTMENTS

Action4Justice, Executive Committee Member
Bar Human Rights Committee, Member
ETO Consortium, Steering Committee Member
Free Representation Unit, Member
Global Legal Action Network, Member

PUBLICATIONS

Anti-Corruption Guidebook, Action4Justice
Arrest Guidebook, Action4Justice
Business and Human Rights Guidebook, Action4Justice
Climate Litigation Guidebook, Action4Justice
Going to Court Guidebook, Action4Justice
Pre-Trial Detention Guidebook, Action4Justice
‘Pathways to Justice in a Globalised World: An Assessment of the Justiciability of the Extraterritorial Obligations in the Area of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights' (2018) Amsterdam Center for International Law No. 2018-09