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Lawyer

Thomas Searing Jackson was American lawyer. Bar: District of Columbia Bar 1935, Maryland bar 1941, Supreme Court of the United States Court bar 1949.

Background

Jackson, Thomas Searing was born on December 1, 1909 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Thomas and Jeannette (Hutchins) Jackson.

Education

AB, George Washington University, 1933. Bachelor of Laws, George Washington University, 1935.

Career

With Department Commerce, United States Forest Service, 1927-1935. Counsel Jackson & Campbell (and predecessors), Washington, 1935, retired.

Achievements

  • Bar: District of Columbia Bar 1935, Maryland bar 1941, Supreme Court of the United States Court bar 1949.

Membership

Member Board Education Montgomery County, Maryland, 1950-1952, president, 1952. Fellow American College Trial Lawyers (board regents 1964-1968, president foundation 1969-1975), American Bar Foundation (life). Member American Bar Association, American Judicature Society (director 1970-1971), Bar Association District of Columbia (president 1962-1963) Clubs: Rehoboth Beach (Delaware).

Barristers, Lawyers, Chevy Chase (Washington).

Connections

Married Elizabeth Jacobs, November 29, 1933. Children– Thomas Penfield, Jeffrey Andrew.

father:
Thomas Jackson

mother:
Jeannette (Hutchins) Jackson

spouse:
Elizabeth Jacobs

child:
Thomas Penfield Jackson

child:
Jeffrey Andrew Jackson