Griffith Hack’s Jack Collings a finalist in Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards

28 March 2018

Griffith Hack is pleased to congratulate Associate Lawyer Jack Collings being named a finalist in this year’s Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards.

Jack is up against nine other finalists in the Intellectual Property category.

“Jack is very professional and has built a great rapport with clients over the years. He appreciates that clients are looking for commercial solutions and often takes steps in relation to alternative courses of action to achieve satisfactory outcomes for clients,” says Principal Kellie Stonier.

Jack has advised large corporate and government clients on domestic and international trade mark issues, developed patent protection and enforcement strategies, acted in Federal Court proceedings and drafted research and development, licensing and collaboration agreements for biotech and pharmaceutical companies.

He has a Bachelor of Laws/Business from the Queensland University of Technology and is a member of IPSANZ. 

Jack began working at Griffith Hack as a Law Clerk five years ago and has rapidly proven his skill as a trusted advisor for clients. He was promoted to Associate in 2017 and is based in Griffith Hack’s Brisbane office.

The awards winners will be announced on May 18 at a cocktail event in Sydney.