July 2, 2019
Susan Jackson, a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP's Charlotte office, has been appointed to a three-year term on the Clemson University Board of Visitors beginning on July 1. Jackson graduated from Clemson University magna cum laude with a degree in chemical engineering before attending Wake Forest University School of Law.
The purpose of the Board of Visitors is to assist the President of Clemson University and the university with efforts to accomplish its mission. Members of the Board of Visitors pledge themselves as goodwill ambassadors for the university, serving on committees and communicating timely and accurate information to family, friends, colleagues, and members of the public. David Dukes, Columbia partner in the Firm, serves on Clemson University’s Board of Trustees as does David Wilkins, former U.S. Ambassador to Canada and partner in the Firm. Charleston partner Mark Phillips was recently appointed as a member of the Clemson University Foundation Board.
Jackson has also served on the Board of Visitors and the Law Alumni Council at Wake Forest. She practices intellectual property law, focusing on patents, trademarks, copyrights, unfair competition, client counseling, licensing, and opinion work.
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