Trooper, British Army
Jackson's professional bio / interests
Having joined the British Army in April 2016 Jackson left regular service within the Household Cavalry for medical reasons in July 2018. He subsequently joined the Metropolitan Police Service where he realised his interest in jurisprudence and applied to university achieving a First Class equivalent in the foundation year and marks as high as 78% in his first year. Having begun his pathway to a career as a legal professional he has rejoined the British Army as a reservist. In his spare time he enjoys riding and intends to join the polo team of his new regiment.
I’d like help with…
Direction toward my end goal of working in the Commercial/Tax Law environment.
An interesting, or unusual fact(s) about me…
In primary education Jackson was predicted to achieve no GCSE’s, this was due to limited understanding of neurodiversity by the school; this has prompted an interest in ensuring that neurodiverse people are afforded every opportunity to succeed in education and the workplace.
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A career highlight
Being introduced to HM The Queen in recognition of work I had done.
Sep 05, 2022