Brian F. Jackson
McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC
He said his is privileged to lead an organization of 230 team members working across three states and nine offices. The organization, founded upon the provision of legal services, also offers a variety of other professional services to clients through various ancillary businesses.
Jackson has been with McNees for 26 years and has served as chair for two years. He is the ninth person to serve as managing partner/char since the firm’s inception in 1935.
“2020 was a crazy year for the world, our team members and our organization. I’m most proud that we were able to successfully navigate these challenges by continuing to serve clients effectively and pragmatically and that our bonds with our clients and with each other grew stronger,” Jackson said.
“As an attorney and as a servant leader, the two most important questions that you can ask your clients and your team are ‘How are you doing?’ and ‘What can I do to help you?’, he said.
Jackson has coached youth basketball for the past decade. “While I very much enjoy the game of basketball, the true joy of coaching is the small impact that you may have on a player’s growth and development as a good teammate and a disciplined and confident individual,” he said.
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