Raymond Jackson focuses on advancing the interests of clients in complex civil litigation. Raymond has experience in multidistrict litigation and matters in several United States district courts, and he is well versed in offensive and defensive discovery, framing legal issues, preparing for depositions, drafting motions, and trial preparation.
Raymond's recent work includes representing clients in litigation involving breach of contract, unjust enrichment, breach of duty, tortious interference with a contract, and other claims. He also has experience preparing for jury simulations and advising on settlement negotiations.
Raymond maintains an active pro bono practice, including practicing in the D.C. Landlord Tenant Court and working with the D.C. Bar Advice & Referral Clinic. He also has participated in Jones Day's Asylum/Immigration project and served on Jones Day's Hate Crimes Task Force, which seeks to combat the increase in hate crimes/incidents 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 and 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)