Jackson’s primary focus is transactional law, with a focus on real estate, business, employment, and estate planning and administration matters. Jackson joined Parrish Snead Franklin Simpson in September of 2019 after graduating from William & Mary Law School.
While in law school, Jackson was on the Business Law Review, served as president of the George Wythe Society of Citizen Lawyers, and captained the class basketball team. Jackson attended college at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina where he graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in International Politics (including a semester studying Arabic in Morocco) and a minor in History. During college, he worked for the North Carolina Department of Transportation- Railroad
Division, helping prepare first responders and local governments for railroad emergencies.
Jackson draws from his breadth of unique experiences to craft custom, pragmatic solutions for his clients. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Greater Fredericksburg Habitat for Humanity. He is also a member of the Virginia State Bar, American Bar Association and the Fredericksburg Area Bar Association and is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia.