Jackson M. Ross
Phoenix attorney Jackson M. Ross was born in Dallas, Texas but was raised in Phoenix, Arizona. After graduating from local high school Chandler Preparatory Academy, Jackson went back to Texas to complete his undergraduate degree at Austin College. There, he was a member of student government, a peer tutor, a member of the community service board, co-founded his own organization: The Human Environmental Animal Team, and played NCAA Division III basketball. Prior to attending law school, Jackson worked as a camp counselor at the Zajac Ranch for Children and in commercial real estate.
During law school Jackson was a member of the mock trial team, a judiciary intern for the Honorable Judge Contes, and worked as a law clerk for Haynes and Boone as well as Shaw and Lines. Jackson graduated from Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and was admitted to the Arizona Bar in 2019. His experience is focused in the areas of Civil and Criminal Traffic, Employment Law, Estate Planning, Criminal Defense, and DUI.
Law School: Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, J.D.
Undergraduate: Austin College, B.A. Business Administration and Political Science, magna cum laude