Insight

Edit Profile

Kerry Jack

Chief Executive at Black Letter Communications

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Kerry has been working in PR and communications for over 21 years. She started her PR career working for a specialist professional services consultancy. She then went on to work for a number of large PR agencies, where she led accounts for clients such as Royal Mail, the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, BDO Stoy Hayward and City & Guilds. Kerry has also held senior in-house positions at City University London, where she was Head of Communications & Events, the Department for Work and Pensions as Head of PR, and Lloyds TSB Foundations as Head of Information and Communications. Kerry holds the Chartered Institute of Public Relations Diploma. Since co-founding Black Letter Communications in 2011, Kerry has built a specialism in helping law firms and their clients develop media strategies in support of their cases. She has particular experience with inquests and cases heard at the High Court and the Supreme Court. She asks insightful and difficult questions to determine the right strategy and tactics to effectively deliver the best story. Clients benefit from Kerry’s expansive media knowledge and praise Kerry for her ability to grasp key legal arguments and complete control when dealing with the media.

Kerry Jack's Passles

Most Popular

Savvy messaging lifts post-Brexit gloom

Savvy messaging lifts post-Brexit gloom

Most Liked

Saying sorry the Liverpool way

Saying sorry the Liverpool way

0 0 2

The perils of live TV

“Never work with children or animals” W.C. Fields famously said. After this week’s hilarious live interview with BBC World News, Robert E...

Read More…
unknownx500

0 2 11

Paying more than lip-service to big workplace issues

When it comes to big workplace issues law firms haven’t been shy in making pronouncements about their own efforts to tackle issues like...

Read More…
unknownx500

1 0 19

Schillings top the PR class again

Top PR marks for those reputation-savvy folk at law firm Schillings after their rewriting of Instagram’s Terms and Conditions (T&Cs)...

Read More…
unknownx500

1 0 9

Tweet in haste, repent at leisure

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has this week reprimanded solicitor Mark Small for a series of tweets that he sent out on his...

Read More…
unknownx500

As a free user, you can follow Passle and like posts.

To repost this post to your own Passle blog, you will need to upgrade your account.

For plans and pricing, please contact our sales team at sales@passle.net

Sorry, you don't have permission to repost or create posts.

Repost successful!

View the repost

Repost successful!

Your repost is currently a draft. Review your repost and request approval.

Something went wrong whilst reposting - please try again.

Sorry - this is not an option. This post already exists in the Passle you have selected.

Try reposting to another Passle.