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38 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jeff Jackson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jeff Jackson, often where they are interviewed.

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38 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jeff Jackson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jeff Jackson, often where they are interviewed.

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Practicing Law in Japan with Jeff Jackson

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In this episode, we speak with Jeffrey Jackson, the first and only Westerner licensed as a gyōseishoshi lawyer in Japan. Before becoming a gyōseishoshi, Jeff practiced US law for almost a decade in Tokyo, Washington DC, and Palo Alto as an Associate at a number of leading global law firms.

You can contact Jeff for legal advice at the following:
E-mail: jeffrey.jackson@jacksonsogo.com
URL: www.jacksonsogo.com

The Just Legal article referenced in the podcast:

The Deep in Japan Podcast is completely independent, ad-free and thus horribly underfunded. Please consider supporting the show at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3864210

Got something to say? You can find me at the following:

- www.facebook.com/groups/deepinjapan/
- deep.in.japan.podcast@gmail.com

The musical outro was 弁護士の歌 available at https://shorturl.at/hJ567. The intro was my own original mashup of Hokuto no Ken (Fist of the North Star) anime sound bites with “Dubstep" from BenSound.

As always, thanks for listening!
Sep 06 2020 · 1hr 30mins
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Ep 77: Former Film Professor, UNC Charlotte - JEFF JACKSON

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JEFF JACKSON is a novelist, playwright, visual artist, and songwriter. His second novel Destroy All Monsters was published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux in Fall 2018. It received advanced praise from Don DeLillo, Janet Fitch, Dana Spiotta, Ben Marcus, and Dennis Cooper. His novella Novi Sad was published as a limited edition art book and selected for “Best of 2016” lists in Vice, Lit Reactor, and Entropy. His first novel Mira Corpora, published in 2013, was a Finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize and featured on numerous "Best of the Year" lists, including Slate, Salon, The New Statesman, and Flavorwire. His short fiction has appeared in Guernica, Vice, New York Tyrant, and The Collagist and been performed in New York and Los Angeles by New River Dramatists.

As a playwright, six of his plays have been produced by the Obie Award-winning Collapsable Giraffe company in New York City. Vine of the Dead: 11 Ritual Gestures debuted in 2016 at the Westbeth Arts Center. Dream of the Red Chamber: Performance for a Sleeping Audience, an adaptation of the epic Chinese novel, debuted in Times Square in 2014 to rave reviews. Botanica was selected by the New York Times as "one of 2012's most galvanizing theater moments."

He holds an M.F.A. from NYU and is the recipient of fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, Baryshnikov Arts Center, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Hambidge Center.

Film Professor, UNC Charlotte
Taught American Independent Films: Cinema Outside the Mainstream , a survey class that includes Maya Deren, Sam Fuller, Stan Brakhage, John Cassavetes, Jack Smith, David Lynch, Charles Burnett, Todd Haynes, and Harmony Korine.

Film and Music Curator

- Co-curator of New Frequencies, cutting-edge film, music, and literature series for the McColl Center for Art + Innovation. Featured artists included Ben Marcus, Sandra Beasley, Guy Maddin, Janie Geiser, Jem Cohen, Rob Mazurek, Stephanie Barber, Battle Trance, and Lewis Klahr. The series was awarded “Best Arts Programming” by Charlotte Magazine in 2015 and Best Arts Event of 2016.

- Founded, programmed, and organized NODA Film Festival whose eight festivals attracted over 12,000 attendees. Each festival focused on different theme, including Great Black Cinema, Asian Cinema, Animation, French New Wave. The series awarded Creative Loafing’s “Best Film Festival.”

- Programmed bi-monthly Loft/Lab concert jazz concert series in Manhattan that was positively reviewed in the New York Times and Time Out New York.

Songwriter and singer in the band Julian Calendar, which has released the full length album Parallel Collage and performs live shows.

Jeff's band, Julian Calendar’s music can be found on our Bandcamp page: https://juliancalendar.bandcamp.com

If you liked this podcast, shoot me an e-mail at filmmakingconversations@mail.com

Also, you can check out my documentary The People of Brixton, on Kwelitv here: www.kweli.tv/programs/the-peopl…xton?autoplay=true

Damien Swaby Social Media Links:

Instagram www.instagram.com/damien_swaby_video_producer/


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Aug 25 2020 · 51mins

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Difference Makers: Jeff Jackson of Verity Search

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Episode one of Difference Makers features guest Jeff Jackson. Jeff is host Jim Boghos' business partner at Verity Search. 

Aug 12 2020 · 24mins
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THESNS "Whisky and War Stories" with Jeff Jackson

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This episode I sit down and speak with US Army Veteran and Correctional Captain, Jeff Jackson about his service, his new mission, and his favorite movie.  

My book, “When Home Becomes a Housing Unit” is available for purchase on Amazon.  

Links to articles, appearances, and interviews:  

Is Your Fellow Correctional Officer Struggling after a Traumatic Event? https://intime.com/blog/leadership/fellow-correctional-officer-struggling-after-traumatic-event/

Has the Correctional Environment made me a Monster? https://intime.com/blog/entertainment/correctional-officer-made-me-a-monster/

On this episode of Tier Talk, I sit down with Anthony Gangi and discuss PTSD in Corrections https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7sGMWqZXKU.  

This is my first appearance on Tier Talk where I was interviewed about my book, “When Home Becomes a Housing Unit”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mXERgwaT7w

 My interview on the Tier Talk Podcast to discuss emotional Trauma in Corrections https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/tier-talk-podcast/

Jul 26 2020 · 1hr 27mins

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EP 70 Algonquin Park With Jeff Jackson

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The So Fly Crew sits with Jeff Jackson, guide, paddler, professor and angler, about Algonquin Park. Jeff guides in Algonquin Park, and has come to know the ins-and-outs of fishing the lakes, streams and rivers there. Algonquin Park truly is one of Ontario's greatest outdoor regions – it's wild, untamed, and huge. If you haven't gone, send Jeff a note, connect, and spend some time on the water there. You won't regret it. https://algonquinflyfishing.com/contact-us

Music: “Favela Beat“ by Birocratic (www.birocratic.com)

The song used in our podcast was licensed via Birocratic Licensev05.2016. For info on how you can use this music in your project,check out http://www.birocratic.com/license-app.

To download Birocratic’s 60+ song discography, visit http://birocratic.bandcamp.com.

May 17 2020 · 1hr 12mins
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Jeff Jackson - Tech Transfer in The University of California System

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Did you know that ten campuses are encompassed within the University of California (UC) system? Listen as Lisa and her guest Jeff Jackson discuss this and how his office in Santa Cruz works with the rest of the campuses in the UC system on this episode of Tech Transfer IP.

Jeff is the director of Intellectual Property Management at the University of California at Santa Cruz.  He oversees invention disclosure intake, patent filing and prosecution strategy, and management of all aspects of their intellectual property, including outside patent and litigation counsel and the implementation and execution of new systems and processes of property management.

Jeff shares how his office works within the UC system, how his office implements and executes new systems and processes of intellectual property management, including the docketing software that has given his office the ability to function better. Jeff also discusses the Bayh-Dole Act and the impact he has seen it have on universities.

Additionally, Jeff speaks about how his office handles disclosures and patent applications, foreign filings, and his commitment to taking a case to a first office action in the US when filing a full provisional. Jeff shares an example of litigation he has handled, how it was resolved, and some of his office’s most significant success stories from the bioengineering department.

Did you know that Santa Cruz, CA, is the 5th most expensive place to live in the world? Listen as Jeff discusses the challenges his office faces with hiring and retention and why having remote positions just is not workable. Jeff shares a lot of information, so you won’t want to miss this episode.

In This Episode:

[01:45] Jeff, welcome to the show!

[02:00] Jeff shares what led him to a career in tech transfer.

[05:06] Do you miss not working in a law firm?

[08:02] Jeff speaks about how his office functions within the University of California system.

[09:58] How does your office handle disclosure forms?

[12:50] Jeff describes the way his office implements and executes new systems and processes of property management.

[15:04] Jeff shares about the docketing software that has allowed his office to function better and helps his office get the information it needs.

[17:22] How do you think the Bayh-Dole Act has impacted universities?

[21:48] Jeff speaks about how his office gauges disclosures and patent applications.

[24:55] How does your office handle the foreign filing applications?

[26:56] Jeff chats about filing full provisional and committing to a first office action in the US.

[28:25] Jeff shares an example of litigation they had with a student who was listed as an inventor.

[32:51] Jeff discusses some of their most notable success stories out of the bioengineering department.

[37:37] Jeff shares the challenges his office faces with retention and getting funded.

[40:23] Are there positions in your office that could be handled remotely instead of coming into the office?

[41:02] Jeff gives his opinion on whether AUTM and other organizations add value.

[43:42] Jeff speaks about the UC system having IP manager meetings twice a year.

[45:48] If you had a genie in a bottle with three wishes, what would your three wishes be for your office?

[48:14] Jeff, thank you so much for being on the show today.

Find Jeff:

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Mar 18 2020 · 49mins
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89: Jeff Jackson | Bōde Canada

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Jeff Jackson is the co-founder and Vice President of Enterprise Sales with Bōde Canada, a new online marketplace for home buyers and sellers, that launched in Alberta last fall. For well over a decade, Jeff has been involved in the real estate sector and owned a brokerage here in Calgary. He says "It's about time" the industry started to evolve and become more consumer-focused. Jeff is here to tell us why there's never been a better time to buy or sell your own home....without an agent. Welcome, Jeff.

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Mar 01 2020 · 38mins
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Ep. 54 // The Full 5 Seconds: Jeff Jackson

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We’re back this week with an even-keel trainer and Road Captain that also can’t be trusted with a taser.

Jeff Jackson inspires with a pep talk on Nussbaum as a company and how proud he is to be a part of it but also spices up the conversation with stories from four years in the Marine Corps and 15 years as a Firearms Instructor for the nearby Pekin Police Department.

We’ll talk trucking (of course), but we’ll also sit entranced as Jeff relives the scary moments of law enforcement alongside the belly-laughing, I-can’t-believe-that-happened funny side of law enforcement.

Have a seat and enjoy this episode of Terminal Exchange with Nussbaum driver, Jeff Jackson.


  • “In the squad car – once you get your vest on and all your equipment, you’re kind of crammed in there.”
  • “And if you squinted your eyes just right at night, the sand looked like snow… It was the most meaningful Christmas.”
  • “I knew I wanted to go into law enforcement since I was four years old. You can’t become a police officer until you’re 21. So, what better thing to do than join the marines, right?”
  • “My brother and me, we were actually both over in the Persian Gulf at the same time, too.”
  • “I had always wondered if I could do it. I think a lot of people wonder that. Can I drive something that big? That far? Safely?”
  • “But, I did taze one of my best friends on accident. That’s a pretty good story.”
  • “I told him, ‘I just tazed Baxter.’ And he just starts laughing and goes, ‘Did you give him the full five seconds??’ And that’s when it hit me that I did – that I could have turned it off! And I said, ‘Yeah, I guess I did!’ And he high-fived me.”
  • “The first thing anybody notices about Nussbaum is how nice everybody is. It’s like you’re waiting for the other shoe to drop.”


Jan 28 2020 · 51mins
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No. 5 Notre Dame at Minnesota preview with Fighting Irish coach Jeff Jackson – Season 2 Episode 5

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Notre Dame coach Jeff Jackson joins us to preview the weekend series as his No. 5 Fighting Irish head to Minnesota in Big Ten action. Jackson discusses this year's team, senior leadership, and the competitiveness of the conference. Hosts Jim Connelly (@jimmyconnelly) and Ed Trefzger (@EdTrefzger) also look at No. 7 Wisconsin at No. 12 Penn State, No. 3 UMass home-and-home with No. 10 Northeastern, No. 15 Boston College at No. 8 Providence, No. 18 Bowling Green at No. 2 Minnesota State, and No. 9 Quinnipiac at Arizona State, as well as a pair of rivalry matchups: St. Lawrence at No. 11 Clarkson for a pair of non-league games, and Dartmouth at UNH.
Oct 31 2019 · 27mins