Bacardi L. Jackson joined Tucker Law Group in 2005, and, in 2008, she established the firm’s Florida office.  She practices in both Pennsylvania and Florida, representing a wide range of clients, which include Fortune 100 companies, colleges and universities, governmental entities and individuals.  Ms. Jackson grew up in Memphis, Tennessee and is the daughter of civil rights activists.  They raised her to be a fierce advocate for justice.  As a trial lawyer, she employs those lifelong advocacy skills to zealously represent her clients in the courtroom and through all stages of litigation.  Consequently, Ms. Jackson is often called upon to take on some of the most challenging cases for the firm’s clients.  She is also a trusted counselor who has guided clients through difficult internal investigations and audits.  Prior to becoming a litigator, Ms. Jackson spent a number of years as a technology and corporate attorney so she has a rich understanding of her corporate clients’ structure and obligations, which allows her to effectively partner with business leaders and in-house counsel and efficiently address their legal concerns.

Before joining TLG, Ms. Jackson was an associate with King & Spalding in Atlanta, Georgia and Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  She also clerked for the Honorable Janet C. Hall in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut. During law school, Ms. Jackson completed internships and externships with the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Center for Constitutional Rights, the Jerome N. Frank Legal Services Organization and the Shelby County Office of Public Defender. She is a member of the American Inns of Court and was a fellow for the American Bar Foundation and the Florida Bar Foundation. Ms. Jackson has given numerous speeches and presentations on a wide array of practice and litigation subjects as well as law and technology.

Ms. Jackson is active in various organizations committed to the empowerment of women and minority attorneys and a wide variety of community services organizations.