Raymond Jackson is a partner at the Opelika, Alabama law firm of Alsobrook Jackson. Raymond serves Lee County and surrounding areas through a wide range of legal services.
Raymond graduated from Auburn University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and Summa Cum Laude Honors. In 1995, he received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Alabama Law School. While in law school Raymond served on the Alabama Law Review and received the Hugo L. Black Scholar Award and the Dean M. Leigh Harrison Award. Shortly after law school graduation and passing the bar, Raymond clerked for Justice Gorman Houston on the Alabama Supreme Court.
Raymond worked as an associate at Capell Howard, PC in Montgomery in the litigation department until late in 1998. Upon leaving Capell Howard, PC, Raymond became an assistant attorney general with the Alabama Attorney General’s office. Since late 2000 Raymond has served the Auburn/Opelika community as a solo practitioner or in small law firms.
He is licensed to practice law in Alabama & Georgia and is admitted to the US District Court for Middle District of Alabama and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Raymond focuses on cases related, but not limited, to:
- Workers’ Compensation
- Social security & disability
- Personal injury
- Probate Law
- Business Law
- Business Formation
- Business Litigation
Raymond has one daughter and two dogs. He likes to swim and run, work in his yard, read, travel, and spend time with his daughter. Raymond attends Auburn United Methodist Church.