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Jackson represents clients in complex commercial litigation.

Jackson’s interest in law was sparked during his undergraduate studies in classics and political philosophy, where he discovered a fascination with the philosophy around the law and its societal application. This passion led him to law school, where he excelled in moot court competitions.

In addition to his love of moot court, Jackson was further drawn to the commercial litigation practice area during his time as a summer associate at a law firm, where he had the opportunity to observe trials, mediations, and depositions related to ongoing business law cases. This experience, combined with his school’s practice court program, honed his research and analytical skills and solidified his decision to focus on this area of law.

Jackson is known for his thoroughness, preparation, and strong attention to detail. He is a gifted researcher and a thoughtful attorney who is dedicated to providing the best possible service to clients. His background in philosophy has also equipped him with the ability to effectively communicate about complex subjects, a skill that is invaluable in his work.



  • J.D., Baylor Law School
    • Baylor Law Review, Executive Editor
  • B.A., Concordia University Irvine


  • Texas
Outside the Office

Jackson enjoys hiking and skiing—especially in the Rockies of northern New Mexico, and especially when accompanied by his parents and sister. He’s also a table-top gamer who likes to play Dungeons and Dragons with friends on the weekends, as well as a singer and musician who loves attending classical music performances.

Jackson also loves to travel, exploring new places with friends. He returns often to southern California to visit friends from undergrad and check out new beaches.