Jack is an attorney at Asonye & Associates and obtained his law degree from Saint Louis University. During his time in law school, Jack clerked at a small law firm in Saint Louis and was also a summer law clerk for the Hon. M. Douglas Harpool in the Western District of Missouri, Southern Division. Jack was also elected as a class representative for the Student Bar Association and a member of the Constitutional Committee and Finance Committee for the Student Bar Association. He also competed as a member of SLU Law's regional Moot Court team and was a member of the Employment Law Association
At Asonye & Associates, Jack represents clients in a wide array of employment matters including racial and sexual discrimination and harassment claims under Title VII and the Illinois Human Rights Act, Age discrimination in Employment Act, retaliation, constructive discharge, employment torts, and claims arising under the Family and Medical Leave Act. Jack has been admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Illinois, as well as in federal court at the Northern District of Illinois and represents clients in proceedings at the Illinois Department of Human Rights, Illinois Human Rights Commission, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Before law school, Jack attended Drake University and graduated with a degree in Law, Politics, and Society.