Raymond Jackson represents clients in complex civil litigation. He litigates matters during all phases, including pleadings, fact and expert discovery, motions practice, trial, and settlement negotiations. He has experience in multidistrict litigation, including defending against claims under the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA), the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), and state law. Ray has represented clients in contract disputes, antitrust merger investigations, and intellectual property infringement lawsuits. His recent work includes defending corporations in antitrust matters against allegations of product-hopping, pay-for-delay, and price-fixing.
Ray is dedicated to pro bono service. He volunteers at the D.C. Bar Advice & Referral Clinic and has represented indigent clients in D.C. Landlord Tenant Court and D.C. Superior Court. Additionally, Ray secured asylum for a client before the U.S. Immigration Court and provided legal services at the southern border as part of Jones Day's asylum/immigration project. Ray also served on Jones Day's Hate Crimes Task Force, which sought to combat the increase in hate crimes in the United States.
- The George Washington University (J.D. 2015); Brown University (A.B. in Public Policy and American Institutions 2012)
- District of Columbia, Virginia, and U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia
- Law Clerk to Judge Margaret B. Seymour, U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina (2015-2016) and extern to Judge Alexander Williams Jr., U.S. District Court, District of Maryland (Summer 2013)