Justin D. Jacobson
Born and raised in Hollywood, Florida, Justin didn’t throw his first snowball until his freshman year at Princeton University. He majored in philosophy, specializing in ethics and aesthetics. He broadcast Tigers basketball, football, and baseball games for WPRB, the oldest college radio station in the country. Justin graduated from Princeton cum laude in 1992. From there, Justin attended the Duke University, School of Law, where, in addition to his legal coursework, there was intensive training in Blue Devil basketball. He earned his juris doctor degree in 1995 and returned to Florida to begin his legal career.
After two years of cutting his teeth on medical malpractice and product liability defense litigation, Justin returned to his father’s firm, the Jacobson Law Group, in 1997. Justin took over the practice in 2012 and rebranded the firm as LAWCRAFT in 2013. In the intervening years, Justin has collected millions of dollars for his clients, handled thousands of cases, prevailed in scores of trials, and lived by one guiding principle: “No idea is so small it can’t change the world.”
After joining with Rogers, Morris & Ziegler, Justin took a position as of counsel. In this capacity, Justin is able to focus on specific client needs and special cases that demand his attention and experience. Justin also assists tech start-ups and tabletop game companies with their contract and intellectual property issues. He serves as general counsel for Evil Hat Productions, publishers of such games as the Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game, and also represents The Dice Tower (a gaming content company with 20 million annual YouTube views), award-winning game designer Rob Daviau, and others.
Professional Associations & Memberships
- Commercial Law League of America, member 1997-present
- Princeton University, philosophy, B.A. cum laude
- Duke University, School of Law, J.D.
- The Florida Bar
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
- U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida
- Business Law
- Creditors’ Rights
- Appellate Law