To Jack, practising litigation is like playing jazz. That might not be a typical litigation lawyer’s simile, but Jack isn’t a typical litigator. He started professional life as an accountant, but his love of strategy, puzzle-solving and helping people led him to the law.
University taught Jack the notes, but real-world practice is where he learned the many different ways those notes can be played to get commercial results.
Jack’s thoughtfully creative approach to litigation is an asset for clients in a dispute. It’s that kind of lateral thinking that can achieve otherwise impossible commercial outcomes.
Twomey Dispute Lawyers has given Jack the chance to practise law in an ensemble. That ensemble is made up of committed lawyers bouncing off each other, generating far better results than they’d get playing solo.