About Jobe S. Jackson
Jobe Jackson is a Shareholder in Langley & Banack’s San Antonio office. Mr. Jackson’s practice is focused primarily on Estate, Trust, and Fiduciary Litigation, as well as general Civil Litigation and appeals. Mr. Jackson has significant litigation and appellate experience, including: first chair jury trial experience in Bexar County, Texas; first chair experience in arbitration before the American Arbitration Association; and appellate briefing before the Texas Fourth Court of Appeals and the Texas Supreme Court.
Mr. Jackson joined Shareholder Chris Hodge for Langley & Banack’s podcast on Will Contests and you can listen to the 7 part series here: https://www.langleybanack.com/series/will-contest-focused-fiduciary-litigation/.
Mr. Jackson was named a Rising Star in Estate and Trust Litigation by Thompson Reuter’s Texas Super Lawyers in 2019. He has also been repeatedly recognized as a Rising Star by SA Scene magazine in San Antonio.
Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Jackson worked as a briefing attorney for Justice Marialyn Barnard of the Fourth Court of Appeals in San Antonio, Texas.
- Texas Tech University School of Law, J.D. cum laude, 2013
- ESTATE PLANNING & COMMUNITY PROPERTY LAW JOURNAL, Comment Editor
- Hampden-Sydney College, B.A. summa cum laude, 2010
- Phi Beta Kappa Society
- The State of Texas, 2013
- Texas Super Lawyer Rising Star, Estate & Trust Litigation, 2020
- Rising Star, San Antonio Scene, 2019
- Rotary International – Downtown San Antonio Chapter
- The Honorable Larry E. Kelly Bankruptcy American Inn of Court
Cases & Publications
- Co-Author (with Joyce Moore), “Will Contest Update,” State Bar of Texas Intermediate Estate Planning & Probate CLE, June 2020
- Co-Author, “Stop the Madness – I Want to Settle This Inheritance Dispute Before It’s All Gone,” State Bar of Texas 43rd Annual Advanced Estate Planning and Probate CLE, June 2019
- Speaker/Author, “Fiduciary Litigation: A Primer on Standing and Capacity,” State Bar of Texas 14th Annual Fiduciary Litigation CLE December 2019
Jobe is married to Ashley Barr, and they have two sons. In his free time, he enjoys relaxing with his family and supporting the San Antonio Spurs. He also serves as an Elder and confirmation teacher at First Presbyterian Church San Antonio.