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Jackson Taylor

Managing Partner

Jackson Taylor

Jackson is the Managing Partner at Roam Migration Law and co-founder of Complize, an online immigration compliance platform.

He has worked in immigration since 2008, primarily on employer sponsored visa matters. His experience ranges from Fortune 500 and companies to start-ups and boutique SMEs. His current practice is focused on employer sponsored visa matters, corporate compliance, the Global Talent program and advocating for policy reform.

Jackson is particularly interested in the confluence of immigration and employment law and how government policy shapes the experiences of temporary migrants in the workplace. He is also interested in policy reform in business and skilled migration, using academic research to improve migration outcomes, and employer compliance.

He presents regularly at national and international conferences on immigration law and policy matters, has previously lectured at the Australian Catholic University on immigration law, and is frequently cited in the media on immigration issues.


Awards and Memberships


Jackson holds a Juris Doctor (LLM) and Masters of Workplace and Employment Law from Monash University, a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) from Melbourne University, a Graduate Certificate in Australian Immigration Law & Practice from Victoria University, and a Diploma of Legal Practice from the University of Tasmania. He was admitted to the Tasmanian Supreme Court in 2015.
Jackson is currently a Board member of the Migration Institute of Australia (MIA), a past member of the Law Institute of Victoria Migration Law Committee, and a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association  Jackson has been recognised by his peers in Best Lawyers 2022 and 2023 and is a finalist in the Migration Law Partner of the Year Award 2021 and ‘22.

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