Jackson is completing his law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law with a concentration in cybersecurity and data privacy. As a research assistant to the Director of the Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection, he helped plan nationally recognized conferences on cybersecurity and facial recognition technology. He was also a finalist in the Global Legal Hackathon, where he presented a legal tech proof-of-concept using blockchain and smart contracts.
Jackson served as an extern to the Honorable Justice Michael P. Donnelly on the Ohio Supreme Court. He also served as publications editor on the Global Business Law Review and participated in the mock trial team.
Outside of his legal work, Jackson has a passion for the arts. He studied acting at the renowned conservatory Playhouse West in North Hollywood, California. He is also an avid photographer, specializing in portraits and abstract fine art.
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, J.D. anticipated December 2020
Arizona State University (B.S. Biology, 2006)