Jackson McLeod

Criminal Defence Lawyer Frankston

Jackson has dedicated his career to providing access to justice to those who need it most. He regularly appears at Magistrate’s Courts around Melbourne and has instructed in the County Court. Jackson applies his keen attention to detail and broad knowledge of the law to all of his matters, and capably and professionally handles pleas, bail applications and case conferences at the Magistrates’ Court level.

Jackson emphasises professional and compassionate communication with his clients. He is committed to providing honest and clear legal advice and to fearlessly defending the rights of his clients in the courts.

Jackson is currently a member of the steering committee of Liberty Victoria’s Rights Advocacy Project. Jackson has previously interned at the Victorian Law Reform Commission and at JobWatch Victoria, and has volunteered at Refugee Legal and the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.

 

Education and Qualifications

Jackson completed a Juris Doctor at the University of Melbourne in 2015. He completed his Graduate Diploma of Legal Studies with the College of Law and was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria in April 2017.

Jackson has also completed a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Political Studies and German.