Jack earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Wittenberg University, magna cum laude, in political science in May 2008. He attended Washington and Lee University School of Law where he was a Burks Scholar Writing Fellow and a staff writer for its law review. Jack earned his Juris Doctor degree from Washington and Lee University, cum laude, in May 2011. Following graduation, he clerked for the Honorable Pamela J. White on the Circuit Court of Baltimore City. Before joining the Law Office of Frederick R. Franke, Jr. LLC, he was an associate at a prominent elder law and special needs planning firm in the Baltimore area. He was admitted to practice law in Maryland in December 2011.
Jack’s interest in the law of estates and trusts stems from his third year of law school, during which he took coursework in wealth preservation planning and fiduciary litigation. He enjoys teaching and writing about asset protection strategies and has been published in the Maryland Bar Journal. He also has significant public policy experience, having worked with the Maryland General Assembly on legislation affecting Maryland’s law of estates and trusts. He is a welcome addition to our team.