Jonathan has spent the majority of his career working in the in-house legal sector. A graduate of Clare College, Cambridge, he started his career with law firms in Manchester and then Oxford.
He joined the European legal team of the US headquartered business services provider PHH in 1992 before in 1997 joining International Computers Limited, later renamed Fujitsu. While at Fujitsu, he managed the ICL intellectual property function, acted as legal director for its European IT services business and was general counsel for its UK and Ireland business. After acting as general counsel to Berwin Leighton Paisner’s Managed Legal Services business, he joined LBC in 2013, but latterly has been the interim General Counsel for the global IT company Metaswitch. In 2017 Jonathan was appointed General Counsel for the Atomic Weapons Establishment.
An active commentator on in-house legal matters, Jonathan’s articles can be seen on the articles page. A Fellow of the Society for Computers and Law, Jonathan was named in The Lawyer’s Hot 100 in 2008. He is married with two children and lives near to Oxford.