Smith’s birthday has yet to be made public. Therefore we are unsure of his age. But based on his photographs, he appears to be around his late forties or early 50s.
Jack Smith was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, in the U.S.A. and is listed by Martindale-Hubbell as among the top attorneys.
Smith was raised in Clay, a Nyc suburb of Syracuse. He graduated from Liverpool High School in 1987.
In 1994, he received his bachelor’s degree with honors from the State College of New York at Oneonta, and then in 1995, he graduated with a dissertation from Harvard University’s Law School.
Inside the Sex Assault and Family Violence Sections of the Nyc County District Attorney’s office, he served as an Officer Of The Court after receiving his degree.
Later, Smith entered the Brooklyn division of the U.S. Attorney’s office, where he filed criminal prosecution against the NYPD policemen who had sodomized Abner Louima and succeeded in getting Ronell Wilson executed for the murder of two NYPD officers.
From 2008 until 2010, he worked for the Bureau of the Prosecutor of the International Court Of Justice, where he managed war crime inquiries.
In 2010, Smith took over leadership of the U.S. Dept of Justice’s National Integrity Section (P.I.S.).
Representative Rick Renzi was among the national defense leakers he tried over his 5 years as P.I.S. chief.
Inside the Middle Court of Tennessee, Smith began serving as an associate U.S. attorney in 2015.
He Served As U.S. Attorney
He served as U.S. Attorney in an interim capacity following David Rivera’s departure in March 2017 till Donald Q. Cochran’s candidacy became official in September.
At Hospital Company of America, Smith was named V.P. and head of lawsuits in 2017.
From May 7, 2018, Smith was chosen to serve a four-year tenure as the lead prosecutor for Kosovo Specialized Courts in The Hague, where he is responsible for investigating war crimes from the Kosovo War, such as the prosecution of Salih Mustafa.
He was nominated to the office on September 11, 2018, and then on May 8, 2022, he was granted a second term.