Natalie A. Jackson, '94

Attorney Natalie A. Jackson, '94
Attorney Natalie A. Jackson, '94

Attorney Natalie A. Jackson, '94 has been very busy lately. Among her legal cases, the Hampton University graduate is representing the family of Trayvon Martin, the Florida youth whose death has sparked nationwide controversy. Attorney Jackson has acted as a family spokesperson, speaking on behalf of the family to the media. To the many media outlets and publications, she has expressed both surprise and pleasure to see all of the passion that both fuels and surrounds this case.

Natalie A. Jackson has more than 13 years combined leadership, media and legal experience. As the founder of the Women's Trial Group, Natalie has achieved her life's goal of creating and building a successful litigation law firm that caters to the requirements and needs of women and their families. Natalie received her BA from Hampton University and her JD from the University of Florida's Levin School of Law where she serves on the Law Alumni Council. She has also served on the Board of Directors for the Central Florida Chapter of the American Red Cross, the Seminole County Chapter of the Boys & Girls Club, the Sanford Chapter of the NAACP, and the Orange County Branch of the NAACP, where she is still a member of the Legal Redress Committee. Natalie is an active member of the Florida Bar Association where she serves on the Advertising Committee, the Association of Florida Trial Lawyers, the Virgil Hawkins Bar Association, the Florida Association of Women Lawyers, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She resides in Orlando and has a teenage son (Kevin) who plays football at the United States Naval Academy.

This article was compiled with information found on the Women's Trial Group website; reprinted with permission.