Jacob Jackson was born in Montgomery, Alabama and graduated from Auburn University where he received a degree in economics with a dual minor in business administration and political science.
Jacob also served as the senior vice president of his business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi.
Jacob received his law degree from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. He served as an executive member of the Cumberland Trial Advocacy Board, which oversees an organization with a perennial top tier ranking among competitive court programs across the country.
Jacob was also a member of Cumberland’s National Arbitration team, where he competed and finished as a quarterfinalist in the 2013 Tulane National Baseball Arbitration Competition.
Jacob also served as a practice member and consultant to the head coach and current Dean, Henry C. Strickland, of the Cumberland National Negotiation team. He participated in various trial and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) competitions, and won the 2011 Cumberland Summer Mediation Competition. Jacob was also a member of Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity.
When not working for his personal injury clients, Jacob enjoys sports, fitness, watching movies and reading.