Jack Gilliland specialises in criminal law, professional discipline, and inquests.
He regularly represents defendants in the Youth Court, Magistrates’ Court, and Crown Court. He was recently seconded to the Law Officers’ Department in Jersey where he advised on a range of criminal offences, including attempted murder.
In addition to his criminal practice, Jack has successfully represented medical professionals at inquests, and before the major healthcare regulators at all stages of fitness to practise.
Before coming to the Bar, Jack served for six years in the British Army when, following training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, he was commissioned into the Intelligence Corps. A significant part of his work involved handling sensitive material both in the United Kingdom and overseas. He previously lived for a period in the United States, where he worked in financial services and public affairs.