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Car� Jackson Lewis

Carí Jackson Lewis, Esq. was admitted to the New York Bar in 1996, and practiced in the fields of estate planning and probate, estate litigation, elder law, special needs law and planned giving. In 2017, she completed the Loyola Law School’s Master of Laws (LL.M., Taxation) Program, and is expected to be admitted to the California State Bar association in January 2018.
Over the past 20 years, Ms. Jackson Lewis has gained a broad range of experiences involving various forms of the law, education and philanthropy. Her diverse background includes work in fields of estate planning and litigation with prestigious law firms in New York and London, respectively; philanthropy management and consulting in Melbourne, Australia; and special education in the San Fernando Valley.
Ms. Jackson Lewis earned her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College and her law degree from Fordham Law School. At Fordham, Ms. Jackson Lewis was the editor of the Mentor Metropolitan Moot Court Competition for New York City high school students, an oralist in the J. Braxton Craven, Jr. National Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition, and a summer law clerk for a United States Federal District Court judge.
She is the Graduate Tax Program President of the Loyola Law School Tax Law Society (2016-17), a Loyola Law School Student Ambassador, and a member of the American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, Dartmouth Lawyers Association, and the Fordham Law School Alumni Association.