Jack graduated from The University of Auckland with a LLB/BA in 2018. After spending a few years brewing in the craft beer industry he completed his professionals in 2022 and joined Wackrow Panoho & Associates as a Law Clerk in October of that year.
Jack was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court in March 2023 and is grateful for the opportunity to progress his career at a kaupapa Māori law firm.
He looks forward to empowering his clients through the law and working to secure positive outcomes for them, their whānau and their hapū. As a tangata tiriti, Jack is passionate about Te Tiriti, global indigenous empowerment, social justice and sustainability & conservation. He enjoys working on the diversity of matters that Wackrow Panoho & Associates engages in and is interested in Tiriti Law and Māori legal matters, IP, Employment Law, Equity and Trusts, Constitutional Law and litigation. Outside of work Jack enjoys surfing, music, football, hiking and dancing.