Frank Jackson moved back to Hendersonville
, his hometown, after an eight-year stint in Chapel Hill, where he trained under well-known litigation attorney John T. Manning. After working for several general practice firms as an associate, then partner, Jackson decided to start his own firm in February of 1994. Along the way, Jackson has twice been selected as one of North Carolina's preeminent attorneys, has served two terms as District Bar President as well as President of the Henderson County Bar. Beginning with the University of North Carolina Law Review, Jackson has authored numerous articles in the fields of civil litigation and estate administration. Jackson continues to maintain a busy litigation practice, which includes personal injury
, wrongful death, construction law, estate-related litigation, family law, and estate administration practice.