Nolan M. Jackson
Nolan is an associate in the Lexington office, where he practices in the Business Litigation practice group. His practice interests include appellate; commercial litigation; issue advocacy and public affairs; mass torts and products liability litigation; sports law; and white-collar crime. Nolan has extensive internship experience in government. In the parliament of the United Kingdom, he interned for a Deputy Opposition Whip in the House of Lords. In Congress, Nolan interned in the regional constituency and Capitol Hill offices of a United States Representative.
Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, Nolan interned for the Attorney General of Kentucky in the Consumer Protection Division, and in a western Kentucky trial office of the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy. While in law school, Nolan was a member of the Moot Court Board National Team and Kentucky Law Journal. He also represented the University of Kentucky College of Law as a college senator in Student Government and as a University Supreme Court Justice.
Highlights & Recognitions
- CALI Award, Law and The Wire: A Seminar, 2016
- Best Oral Advocate, Legal Research & Writing Club, 2014
- Henry Clay Award, Kentucky Society of Washington, 2012
Memberships & Affiliations
- American Bar Association
- Kentucky Bar Association
- Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Non-FBT Publications and Events
Nolan M. Jackson, What the Polls Produce: Why Kentucky Should Retain Nonpartisan Elective Selection of its Supreme Court Justices, 105 Ky. L. J. 453 (2017).
Jonathan S. Miller & Nolan M. Jackson, The Evolving Law and Regulation of Industrial Hemp in the United States, 8 J. of Animal & Envtl. L. 12 (2017)