Jackson Knouse brings diligence and thorough preparation to every litigation matter.
Jackson sees every tough problem as an opportunity, and believes the best way to find a solution is to know his client’s case inside and out. He’s always had a knack for numbers, and his previous experience in accounting and math gives him a valuable perspective when problem-solving for clients.
Jackson has worked on a wide range of matters from a variety of perspectives. On the defense side, he has researched and prepared motions and pleading materials in product liability, commercial, environmental and telecommunications matters. Jackson has also represented plaintiffs, preparing briefs and complaints in personal injury and commercial litigation. Lastly, he’s worked inside a government enforcement agency, conducting research and preparing motions in healthcare fraud matters for the Office of the Tennessee Attorney General. He draws on all these experiences to provide valuable solutions for his clients.
Originally from Birmingham, Jackson received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama where he majored in accounting, minored in mathematics and graduated from the University Honors College. He then attended Vanderbilt University Law School, where he served on the Moot Court Board and taught legal writing and research as a teaching assistant. In addition, Jackson’s brief was selected as one of the five best in Vanderbilt’s moot court competition, which included more than 80 competing teams.
Outside of the office, Jackson enjoys running, playing tennis and reading. He is an avid fan of the University of Alabama and Vanderbilt University football teams, the Atlanta Braves, and the Nashville Predators. He also loves traveling and hopes to visit every continent at least once.