Kevin Bryce Jackson
Redwood City Office
- Trust and Estate Litigation
- Elder Abuse
- Trust Administration
- Estate Planning
- Civil Litigation
Mr. Jackson’s practice focuses on trust, probate, and conservatorship litigation. He has experience representing individuals and fiduciaries in a wide range of matters in probate court and on appeal, including will and trust contests, breach of fiduciary duty cases, accounting actions, disinheritance proceedings, judicial construction, modification, and termination of trusts, elder abuse, contested conservatorships and guardianships, and related civil claims. He has litigated cases in state and federal court and administrative proceedings.
Mr. Jackson’s experience also includes preparing revocable trusts, wills, financial powers of attorney, advance health care directives, and all aspects of trust and probate administration.
Mr. Jackson graduated magna cum laude from California State University, Long Beach. He received his law degree from the University of San Francisco School of Law, where he received academic honors during all three years of attendance and earned the highest marks in Legal Research & Writing I, Legal Research & Writing II, and Civil Procedure. While in law school, Mr. Jackson was a senior staff member of the law review, a member of the moot court board, a course tutor for the school’s academic support program, and the academic chair and national delegate for the University of San Francisco’s Black Law Students Association.
Mr. Jackson is a member of the Bar Association of San Francisco, San Mateo Bar Association, Silicon Valley Bar Association, Charles Houston Bar Association, and California Association of Black Lawyers. The State Bar of California recognized him with the Wiley W. Manuel Certificate for his commitment to pro-bono legal services. He was also a student scholarship recipient of both the Charles Houston Bar Association and the John M. Langston Bar Association.
Mr. Jackson previously worked in legal positions with NBCUniversal, the Oakland Raiders, and the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles. He is a former extern of the Honorable Patricia M. Schnegg.
Mr. Jackson is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of San Francisco, where he teaches Estate Planning.