Jackson Mabry

Jackson Mabry is a Senior Associate in Peckar & Abramson’s Dallas, TX office. He is an experienced commercial and civil litigation attorney and has represented clients across a wide range of industries in both federal and state courts on complex issues related to claims and contracts.

Jackson Mabry

Senior Associate

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“It’s a privilege to practice with the nation’s leader in construction law in the nation’s fastest-growing city. I’m constantly amazed at the depth and breadth of knowledge that my colleagues possess here at P&A, and it’s exciting to participate with this team in assisting my hometown of Dallas to continue to grow and develop.”

Bio

Mr. Mabry is admitted to practice in the state of Texas, as well as United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, and Eastern Districts of Texas. He is an active member in the Dallas community and is involved with associations such as Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, Texas Young Lawyers Association, and Advocates for Community Transformation (ACT). He also serves on the Providence Christian School Alumni Board, is a member of the 43 Club, and is a past member of the Terpsichorean Club.

Mr. Mabry earned his J.D. at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his B.A. in Classics and Politics from the Washington & Lee University. Mr. Mabry was an Articles Editor for the North Carolina Law Review. In addition, he has taught Latin and AP Government.

Practice

Highlights

Admissions

State of Texas

United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas

United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas

Memberships

43 Club

Advocates for Community Transformation (ACT)

Dallas Association of Young Lawyers

Providence Christian School Alumni Board

Texas Young Lawyers Association

Terpsichorean Club, past member

Education

Washington & Lee University, B.A.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, J.D.

Awards and Recognitions

Articles Editor for the North Carolina Law Review