Jesse B. Jacobs is a Vancouver personal injury lawyer at the NW Injury Law center, but before returning back to his hometown to practice law, he began his career as avid traveler and teacher abroad. After graduating from Washington State University in 2007 with a degree in Business Administration, Jesse returned as a lecturer to Nantong University in the coastal Chinese province of Jiangsu, where he had studied abroad during his undergraduate years. Proficient in Chinese, he stayed here as an instructor for 3 years, where he taught multiple subject s for up to six classes a semester.
Upon returning to the United States in 2010, Jesse began attending the Seattle University School of Law where he served as both a Teaching Assistant for courses in Contract and Criminal Law and as secretary for the Law and Development Institute. He returned to China briefly to study law in the country’s financial hub of Shanghai where he obtained his certificate in Comprehensive Chinese Law from a joint program between Willamette University College of Law and East China University of Political Science. In his last few months of school before graduating Magna Cum Laude, Jesse served as a legal intern in the Washington State Office of the Attorney General.
Before joining the team at the NW Injury Law Center in 2014, Jesse worked as a solo practitioner in Seattle where he focused on plaintiff personal injury claims and became an active Eagle Member of the Washington State Association of Justice. Currently, he practices alongside his father, Don Jacobs, who founded the NW Injury Law Center in 2002. When not practicing law, he enjoys spending time outdoors in Vancouver by hiking, fishing, and perusing the famous Vancouver Farmer’s Market.
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