Jacob Roth specializes in political and election law, with a focus on First and Fourteenth Amendment litigation. Jacob brings to Dhillon Law his experience within the liberty movement from working with varied conservative and libertarian institutions, including his role as legal counsel for Young America’s Foundation. Jacob also works extensively in business and employment litigation. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law and studied Russian literature at Northwestern University. Jacob is based in Florida, with bar admissions in Florida, Washington D.C., and Nebraska. Before moving to Florida with his wife and son, Jacob lived in New York, Illinois, Virginia, and Nebraska.
Prior to working with Dhillon Law Group, Jacob Roth worked as legal counsel for the conservative youth activism group Young America’s Foundation (YAF). Jacob has extensive Freedom of Information Act experience from his work with YAF, and was proud to assist young conservatives in fighting back against censorious fellow students and college administrators to secure their right to advocate for traditional American values. Jacob has long worked in the liberty movement, from volunteering with liberty groups and internships with libertarian think tanks in college to interning at the Heritage Foundation and working with a conservative government accountability law firm during law school.