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Jackson Walker LLP

Main Office: Bank of America Plaza, 901 Main Street, Suite 6000 | Dallas | TX | 75202
Phone: 214-953-6000 | Fax: 214.953.5822











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Reviewed on November 11, 2020

take a xan fella

Jackson is a confirmed STOOGE and a "BLATANT RACIST". piss poor personality for a piss poor pooooossssyyy. Nicholas Tu, James G and I are going to come to jacksons house and give him a good old spanking ive had enough of these STOOGES taking the MICKEY out of people like me. (ME AND THE MANDEM WILL HAVE OUR WAY"

Cons -dickhead -tosser -wank stain -muppet -if he was a cpu he would be intel

carson wrinks and kayno are absoulte tossers

i get to abuse jackson

Current Employee


Reviewed on November 11, 2020

take a xan fella

Jackson is a confirmed STOOGE and a "BLATANT RACIST". piss poor personality for a piss poor pooooossssyyy. Nicholas Tu, James G and I are going to come to jacksons house and give him a good old spanking ive had enough of these STOOGES taking the MICKEY out of people like me. (ME AND THE MANDEM WILL HAVE OUR WAY"

Cons -dickhead -tosser -wank stain -muppet -if he was a cpu he would be intel

carson wrinks and kayno are absoulte tossers

i get to abuse jackson

Current Employee



For 125 years, Jackson Walker has played a vital role in the growth and development of Texas business. Since our founding in 1887, our attorneys have represented some of the most influential companies in the state in key industries that shaped the course of Texas history, including railroads, the media, and oil and gas exploration. Today, we remain firmly rooted in Texas, serving clients across the globe. Our commitment to those clients remains the same: to provide practical, effective solutions that add value and address their specific needs. Our beginnings Our story begins with two brothers, John and George Robertson, who brought their legal expertise to Dallas in the late nineteenth century. In association with prominent Dallas attorney W.J.J. Smith, the Robertson brothers were instrumental in the formation of Dallas institutions including The Dallas Times Herald and the Dallas County Gas Company (later known as TXU), as well as railroads, insurance companies and other businesses in the city, which was just beginning to emerge as a commercial hub. As the expanding railroad system spurred trade and population growth in Dallas, the firm grew as well. In 1924, Robert G. Payne joined the Robertson brothers, and in 1930, Fort Worth attorney John L. Lancaster Jr. moved to Dallas to join the firm. His presence helped solidify the firm's tradition of excellence in railroad law. Today, John Lancaster III carries on that tradition as a senior partner with the firm. Growth and change During the next three decades, the firm underwent a number of name changes as it expanded to meet the business needs of the growing city: 1936: Leading Dallas attorneys Neth Leachman and George Gardere joined the firm that came to be known as Robertson, Leachman, Payne, Gardere & Lancaster. 1942: Orrin Miller joined the firm out of law school and went on to become a name partner. 1947: The firm reorganized following a separation from Leachman and Gardere and came to be known as Robertson, Payne, Lancaster, and Miller. 1948: Paul Jackson and his protégé Sam Winstead left Thompson, Knight, Wright, and Simmons to join the firm, which now became known as Robertson, Jackson, Payne and Lancaster. At about the same time, A.W. Walker, Jr., a professor at the University of Texas School of Law and noted authority on oil and gas, left teaching to join the firm as a name partner. With the addition of Jackson and Walker, the firm now called Robertson, Jackson, Payne, Lancaster and Walker became a full-service law firm with particular expertise in tax and oil and gas matters. 1950s: Don Case, who had been with the firm for a time in the 1940s, rejoined the firm in 1952 from the Texas & Pacific railroad. In September of 1958, Dallas attorneys Conan Cantwell and Howard Lennon joined the firm. Mr. Lancaster and Mr. Robertson had by that time passed away, and for the next 30 years the firm would be known as Jackson, Walker, Winstead, Cantwell & Miller. In June 1988, the firm's name was changed to Jackson & Walker, L.L.P., and later simply Jackson Walker L.L.P. Expanding to serve Texas Over the past two decades, Jackson Walker has become one of the dominant firms in Texas, with a significant presence in all the major cities and expertise in a variety of practice areas. Dallas: Jackson Walker further expanded in 2001 when it joined forces with Cohan, Simpson, Cowlishaw & Wulff. The Dallas office gained 16 attorneys with expertise in commercial, employment, and antitrust litigation, as well as telecommunications regulatory law. The firm also significantly expanded its land use practice in 2003 with the addition of five attorneys with experience in that area from Jenkens & Gilchrist. Fort Worth: The Fort Worth office opened in 1988 with five attorneys, four of whom joined the firm from Kelly, Hart & Hallman. Within a year, eight additional attorneys had joined the office. Houston: In 1990, Jackson & Walker combined with Dotson & Scofield to become one of the ten largest Texas-based law firms with the opening of Jackson Walker's Houston office. San Antonio: In 1991, Jackson Walker opened an office in San Antonio, and in late 1999, that office welcomed the attorneys of Miller, Sisson, Chapman and Nash, the Alamo City's oldest firm focusing strictly on intellectual property matters. In 2001, Gresham, Davis, Gregory, Worthy and Moore joined Jackson Walker in San Antonio. Founded in the 1880s, Gresham, Davis was among San Antonio's oldest firms, with expertise in business transactions, bankruptcy, and real estate. The San Antonio office grew again in 2007 when Jackson Walker welcomed 10 attorneys from Jenkens & Gilchrist bringing additional complex commercial litigation and international expertise. Austin and San Angelo: Jackson Walker further expanded its statewide presence by opening an office in the state capital in 1996. The office grew in 1999 when the attorneys of Small, Craig and Werkenthin joined Jackson Walker. Small, Craig and Werkenthin had played a key role in the economic growth of Texas through the development of some of the most important legislation and regulations affecting industries throughout the state. Ed Small, a descendant of one of the firm's founders, continues to practice regulatory and legislative law as a partner with Jackson Walker. The merger of the two firms also resulted in the creation of Jackson Walker's San Angelo office. Texarkana: In 2012, David Folsom, former Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, joined Jackson Walker as head of a new office in Texarkana. The decision to open an office in Texarkana was a natural one for a firm so immersed in intellectual property and patent litigation matters in the Eastern District of Texas. Texas based, global reach At Jackson Walker, we're proud of the role we've played in helping Texas businesses thrive. Today, our clients conduct business all over the world. Recognizing the needs of corporations competing in a global economy, we were one of the founding members of Globalaw, a world-wide network of law firms with offices throughout the U.S. and in over 65 foreign countries. Over the years, we've continued to expand our practice areas so that we can add value for our clients by providing efficient, comprehensive service. As we continue to grow, we never lose sight of the fact that our clients come first, and it's our relationships with them that have made us who we are today.

Practice Areas

Jackson Walker LLP practices law in the following areas and works with its clients to provide the best possible legal solutions.

Hiring Criteria

Jackson Walker LLP follows the set of hiring criteria outlined below.

U.S. News Law School Rankings:
Schools Ranked 1 to 25 = Top 50%
Schools Ranked 26 to 60 = Top 25%
Schools Ranked 61 to 100 = Top 20%
Schools Ranked 101 to 144 = Top 15%
Schools Rank Not Listed = Top 10%

Pro bono

Jackson Walker does not report any information regarding its pro bono activities.

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Jackson Walker LLP Awards and Recognitions Write a review

Kathleen LaValle Receives Dallas Regional Chamber ATHENA Award

Charles Smith Receives Ethical Life Award

Jackson Walker Recognized in 'Houston Business Journal' Landmark Awards

Jackson Walker's Houston Office Named Recipient of Harris County Bench Bar Pro Bono Award

Jackson Walker Receives Prestigious Thomas L. Sager Award for Diversity

Jackson Walker Deal Wins M&A Advisor Turnaround Award

Ed Small Receives Excellence in Agriculture Award

Jackson Walker Named a Finalist for 2013 Thomas L. Sager Award for Diversity

Sam Hildebrand and Erin Tuggle Receive "Five Star Wealth Management" Awards

Jackson Walker Client Recognized in Dallas Business Journal's M&A Awards

Retta Miller Receives Dallas Business Journal's 2013 Women in Business Award

Steve Fogle Receives Ethical Life Award from ACC - South/Central Texas Chapter

Amanda Bush Receives Dallas Regional Chamber Young Professional ATHENA Award

Susan Halsey Receives Greater Fort Worth Real Estate Council Founder's Award

Albon Head Honored With the 2010 Silver Anniversary Mustang Award

Byron Egan Honored with Fourth Burton Award for Legal Writing

Jackson Walker Receives The Burton Awards' "Decade Award" for Legal Writing

Diversity Write a review

At Jackson Walker, we believe that diversity makes us better. By actively recruiting, retaining, and advancing a diverse workforce, we are better equipped to serve our sophisticated, global clients and to contribute to making our communities better places.

We foster diversity by promoting a culture in which all individuals are afforded the opportunity to excel. Our Diversity Committee (whose membership is made up of both lawyers and staff) develops and administers our goals, and provides advice and recommendations in order to improve our diverse workplace.

Jackson Walker is proud of the diversity we have achieved in our firm. As a result of our targeted efforts:

Nearly 50 percent of the firm's associates are women, and more than 25 percent are members of ethnic minorities.

For the past 5 years, at least 50 percent of the firm's new partners have been women. In 2014, Jackson Walker promoted more women to partnership than any other Texas firm.

More than 75 percent of the attorneys hired by the firm in 2013 were women and minorities.

Summer associate program


At Jackson Walker we offer a first-half summer program, which typically starts in mid-May and runs for six weeks.


We offer a competitive summer associate compensation package. Currently we pay our summer associates $3,077 per week subject to withholdings required by law. In addition, parking fees are paid by the firm for summer associates during the summer program.


The firm will reimburse your one-way travel expenses if you do not live in the city in which you will work. We can also provide you with reputable sources to assist in finding summer accommodations.


Each summer associate is assigned two or three Responsible Attorneys, a team of partners and associates who will contact you a month or two before you start to welcome you and answer any questions you may have before you arrive. They will also take you to lunch on your first day, keep in touch with you throughout the program to help integrate you into the firm, and take you out for your farewell dinner at the conclusion of the program.


You will go through a one and a half day comprehensive training and orientation session when you start, and our librarians will schedule Westlaw and Lexis training for you within a few days of your start date. Workshops and other opportunities for additional training are frequently made available throughout the summer.


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