Jackson Schroeder is an associate in the Bose McKinney & Evans Environmental Group.
Prior to joining Bose McKinney & Evans, Schroeder worked as an associate attorney at a mid-size insurance defense firm. In that role, he defended corporate and individual clients in civil matters, including Environmental Legal Actions, premises liability, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, automobile accidents, professional liability and Telephone Consumer Practices Act claims.
Schroeder earned his J.D. from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, where he was associate editor of the Indiana Law Review. He was also chosen to be a member of the Dean’s Tutorial Society, where he assisted first year law students with legal writing assignments, and was the vice president of the school’s Environmental Law Society and was selected to be on the national environmental moot court team. Schroeder was an extern at the Indiana Court of Appeals and the Marion County Public Defender Agency during his time at the Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
Schroeder received his bachelor’s degree in political science and Spanish, with a minor in biology, from Wabash College, where he graduated cum laude. At Wabash, he completed internships in forest ecology and parasitology, where he performed research under the guidance of tenured professors. As part of the school’s global health campaign, Schroder traveled to Peru, where he assisted in providing public health services to people living in remote and disadvantaged areas of the country.
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law