Paul's path to Jacksons has been an exciting one. From early years on the theatre stage to becoming a barrister working most of his years in Bermuda, he has built a catalogue of exceptional skills.
Paul works closely with clients to gather information and helps them form a picture of where they need to be.
He brings a literary flair to his work, and it’s obvious his legal background helps him tell a story from start to finish in a succinct way.
Here’s Paul in his own words:
You can visit any fictional time or place – where/what would you pick?
July 20th 1969 – the Sea of Tranquillity on the Moon. As Neil Armstrong makes that final step down to the surface and utters those immortal words, I’d pop out from behind a rock with a pasty to say hello. I think it would make for quite a memorable and surreal entry in the history books.
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit; wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad.