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Emily J. Jackson has worked for Harris, McClellan, Binau & Cox P.L.L. since 2003 and became a partner in 2010. Ms. Jackson's practice combines advice on a variety of business law matters with a focus on commercial litigation, commercial real estate and creditors rights. She routinely represents businesses and individuals with respect to contractual arrangements, commercial leasing, as well as operational and compliance matters. Ms. Jackson also advises clients on estate planning and probate matters. Ms. Jackson attended law school at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and was admitted to practice in the State of Ohio and the Southern District of Ohio in 2004. Ms. Jackson is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association and the Columbus Bar Association where she serves on the Admissions Committee, Common Pleas Court Committee and Real Property Committee. She successfully completed the Columbus Bar Leadership Academy in 2007. Ms. Jackson is also a member of the American Inns of Court.
Ms. Jackson's approach to the practice of law is solution and relationship oriented. She works closely with her clients and partners to establish goals to aggressively reach successful results. Ms. Jackson believes it is important to keep the ultimate business interest of the client in mind in order to engage in the most effective and efficient legal strategy. Ms. Jackson keeps clients educated in all processes to ensure a comprehensive understanding necessary to make clear and well informed decisions. Ms. Jackson's clients enjoy her personal, candid and practical approach. Phone calls and emails are quickly and personally answered.
When Ms. Jackson is not practicing law she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, cooking and skiing.
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Harris, McClellan, Binau & Cox, P.L.L., in Columbus, Ohio, represents clients in Westerville, Worthington, Dublin, Hilliard, Grove City, Upper Arlington, Canal Winchester, Bexley, Gahanna, New Albany, Delaware, Newark, Lancaster, Marysville and Circleville; as well as in Franklin County, Delaware County, Licking County, Fairfield County, Union County, Pickaway County and Fayette County.