Jackson Davis Logan, III grew up in Dallas, Texas, and received a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Texas at Austin in 1998. Following college, Jackson worked in the natural gas trading and risk management industry in Houston until 2003. After gaining energy industry experience, Jackson attended law school at St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami and subsequently attained an LLM in Energy and Environmental Law from Tulane Law School in New Orleans.
Following Tulane, Jackson interned at the United States District Court, Middle District of Louisiana, for Judge James J. Brady. From 2008 to 2015, Jackson served as an Assistant Attorney General with the Louisiana Department of Justice where his area of focus was energy and environmental law. In 2015, Jackson moved to Lafayette to further his professional experience working as a litigation associate and solo practitioner. Most recently Jackson served as an Administrative Law Judge for the State of Louisiana.
Jackson is an experienced attorney having performed all aspects of litigation, regulatory, administrative, and transactional practice. Jackson has experience drafting contracts and regulations and assisting clients with the implementation of policy. He has litigated suits related to oil field “legacy” matters, coastal use permit issuances, prosecuted and defended administrative procedure act cases, collected royalties, and represented various clients in matters of lease interpretations.
Jackson’s career focus has been primarily in oil, gas, energy and environmental law, though he has a diversity of professional experience, both in the private and public sector. He is currently a member of both the Louisiana and the Florida Bars.
Jackson enjoys spending time outdoors, preferably near the water, and is an avid fisherman and sportsman. He has one daughter, Davis, and is married to community volunteer, Melissa Maeker.