Our Offices


555 Winderley Place
Suite 220
Maitland, Florida 32751
(Greater Orlando Metropolitan Area)
Tel. +1-321-972-8820


355 S. Grand Avenue
Suite 2450
Los Angeles
California 90071
Tel. +1-323-325-1087


1901 1st Avenue
Suite 208
San Diego
California 92101-2382
Tel. +1-619-663-5620


Nymphenburger Str. 90 e
80636 Munich Germany


Salzstraße 52
48143 Münster Germany


Weichser Weg 5
93059 Regensburg Germany

About Our Offices

Jackson Law International is located across the United States and in Germany:

Florida Office

Our Florida office is located in the Orlando Metropolitan area in  Maitland, which shares its name with one of several beautiful lakes just north of downtown Orlando.

The city is in the center of Florida, and the area is a primary destination for international travelers. Orlando was the largest U.S. travel and tourism city destination in the past year.

California Offices

Our California offices are located in San Diego and Los Angeles.

San Diego is known as the birth place of California, and the city thrives due to its booming international trade and tourism industries.

Los Angeles is the cultural, financial, and commercial center of Southern California, and is the second most populous city in the United States.

German Offices

Our European offices are located throughout Germany in the cities of Münster, München, and Regensburg.

Münster is considered to be the cultural and creative center of the German Westphalia region.  The city’s long history can be traced to 793, when Charlemagne sent a missionary to evangelize the inhabitants of Münsterland. Greater Münster is home to many industries, including the manufacture of machinery and textiles and service-based industries that include consulting and insurance companies and banking institutions.

München (Munich) is the capital of Bavaria and dates back to 1158 as a city, but its settlement origins can be traced back 4,000 years.  The city is a global center of science, technology, finance, innovation, business, and tourism.  Significant German companies make their home in München, and the city only ranks behind Frankfurt in terms of Germany’s financial centers.

Regensburg began its formal history as a Roman river fort in AD 90.  The city has been a political, economic, and cultural center for the surrounding region.  The medieval city center was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the biggest medieval city site north of the Alps. Regensburg’s economy counts among the most dynamic and fastest growing in Germany.


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