National Forum On Judicial Accountability
Dr. Andrew D. Jackson is a founding member of the National Strategy and Management Board and also helps administer National Forum on Judicial Accountability (NFOJA).
Dr. Jackson has a Master's in History and a Doctorate of Jurisprudence in addition to his dual, Bachelor of Arts degrees, one in History with the other in Philosophy. For a time he Served as a Deputy Coroner in Lake County, Indiana. He has been involved in legal reform since 1997.
Prior to his work in legal reform, Dr. Jackson traveled to "far places", interviewing historical figures, doing research, consulting, and otherwise. After graduating law school, Andrew practiced both civil and criminal law, served as a city Public Defender, and is no stranger to the many kinds of complaints emanating from the legal / judicial reform community.