Jackson Field

Jackson enjoys problem-solving and works hard to provide practical results to his client’s problems. While also relying on the experience of supervising attorneys, he provides the necessary answers to his client’s often unique situations. Jackson uses his legal research and writing skills to provide efficient, results-driven outcomes in litigation and transactional matters.
Jackson was born in Fort Worth and grew up in the Texas Hill Country, where his parents still live. Jackson went to Texas Tech University for undergrad and decided to stay in Lubbock to get his Juris Doctorate at the Texas Tech University School of Law. Since joining the firm after clerking as a summer associate, Jackson moved to Fort Worth. He spends his free time rooting for the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Tech Red Raiders in all sports. He also enjoys jogging on the Trinity Trail, looking for the best breakfast taco in Fort Worth, and spending time with friends and family.

Practice Areas


Juris Doctor – Texas Tech School of Law, 2022

  • Summa Cum Laude
  • Order of the Coif
  • Vol. 54, Texas Tech Law Review, Comment Editor
  • Publications:
    • Jackson C. Field, Punt and Pass: Why Congress Should Punt on an Antitrust Exemption and Pass on Express Preemption When Regulating Student-Athlete Name, Image, and Likeness, 53 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 743 (2020-2021).
  • Top Grades: Torts
  • Distinguishment Awards: Civil Procedure, Water Law, and Texas Mineral Titles

Bachelor of Science – Political Science & General Business, Texas Tech University, 2019

  • Magna Cum Laude

Bar & Court Admissions & Certifications

  • State Bar of Texas, 2022
Jackson Field

Associate Attorney

Phone 817.347.3647

Representative Experience & Services

During his summers in law school, Jackson clerked for several law firms throughout Texas. He also worked as a summer clerk for Justice Paul Green of the Texas Supreme Court. While attending law school, he worked as a Comment Editor for the Texas Tech Law Review, where he aided with drafting legal comments for the school’s journal. Jackson also worked as a student assistant, where he provided research for Texas Tech’s Water Law Program. He now focuses his practice on civil litigation matters and commercial transactions.