Jackson Schroeder is an attorney at Kightlinger & Gray’s Indianapolis office where he practices general defense litigation. He has broad experience that brings a unique perspective and skillset to his practice, helping his clients navigate diverse litigation issues.
Jackson graduated in 2018 from IU McKinney School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctorate. Jackson was selected to be on the Indiana Law Review where he served as an associate editor. He was also chosen to be a member of the Dean’s Tutorial Society where he assisted first year law students with legal writing assignments. Additionally, he was the vice president of the school’s Environmental Law Society and was selected to be on the law school’s national environmental moot court team that competed in New York. During his time at McKinney, he was an extern at the Indiana Court of Appeals and the Marion County Public Defender Agency. He was recognized for his pro bono work that he completed while in law school. Jackson was a summer law clerk at Kightlinger & Gray prior to joining the firm.
Jackson graduated cum laude from Wabash College where he received his Bachelor of Arts in both political science and Spanish while completing a minor in biology. At Wabash, he completed internships in forest ecology and parasitology, performing research under the guidance of tenured professors. Additionally, he completed an internship with the government of Madison, Indiana. As part of the school’s Global Health Campaign, Jackson traveled to Peru where he assisted in providing public health services to people living in remote and poor areas of the country.
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- IU McKinney School of Law, J.D., 2018
- Wabash College, B.A., Cum Laude, 2015