Jackson is a Counsel with Crowell & Moring LLP in Los Angeles, California. His practice covers a range of international issues, including global mobility, free trade agreements, cross-border transactions, and trade compliance. He regularly advises clients on cross-border issues arising out of the movement of people, expansions into new markets (particularly into Asia), and supply chain compliance.
From 2002-2006, Jackson served as the first legal advisor for Taiwan’s Permanent Mission to the Word Trade Organization in Geneva. In that capacity, he played a key role in all of the more than 20 WTO disputes to which Taiwan was a party or third party during that period. On behalf of Taiwan, Jackson drafted a number of third party submissions, oral statements, and written replies to questions of the Panel. He also attended the substantive meetings of the Panel and the Appellate Body where Taiwan was allowed to participate, and replied to questions by the Panel or Appellate Body at the meetings. While in Geneva, he also participated in various negotiations for the Doha Round, including dispute settlement, services, trade remedies (antidumping and countervailing duties), agriculture, fisheries subsidies, and government procurement.
From 2000 to 2002, Jackson worked in Washington, D.C., assisting small family farmers, farm associations and small agricultural businesses on agricultural trade policy issues in front of Congress.
He received his undergraduate degree in international affairs from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, where he spent his junior year abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland. During the summer after his 1L year, he interned at the State Department.