Adams and Reese litigation attorney Matt Jackson has been selected to participate in the Leadership Baldwin County Class of 2016-2017. The eight-month intensive leadership program, created by the University of South Alabama and Baldwin County United, identifies and develops current and emerging leaders in Baldwin County, Alabama.
The Leadership Baldwin County program consists of eight interactive workshops that expose participants to a broad range of experiences and insights about Baldwin County and its people, needs, services, challenges and opportunities. Participants include existing and emerging leaders from various geographic, ethnic, occupational and economic segments of the county, all of whom have a sincere commitment to the area. Program sessions focus on health and human services; quality of life, arts, culture and recreation; local government; state government; the environment; and business, tourism and agriculture.
At Adams and Reese, Jackson is an associate practicing in the firm’s Mobile office. He focuses his practice on litigation, business and corporate law, education law, and economic development matters. He joined the firm in 2011.
Jackson is a board member of the South Alabama Volunteer Lawyers Program and a council member of the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals. He is active within the American Bar Association, Litigation Section; the Federal Bar Association, Mobile Chapter; the Baldwin County Bar Association, Civil Practice & Procedural Committee; and the Alabama and Mobile Bar Associations. Jackson also participates in the American Bar Association Military Pro Bono Project and volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mobile.