Carla Y. Jackson has been a member of the Massachusetts Black Lawyers Associations’ subcommittee, Black Women in the Profession, where she has had the pleasure of sharing ideas and participating in well-crafted, informative events. Over the last four years, she has seen her career develop and transcend practice spaces to much of her joy. The programs offered through the MBLA, have helped guide career opportunities, influence career choices, and establish them, while building/contributing to the community.
Currently, in practice, she represents clients in Family and Criminal Law throughout Worcester County. Ms. Jackson has an aptitude for advocacy and brings with her years of experience representing clients from contentious divorces, to bail revocation hearings. She is a rights enthusiast, with a mission to support the goal.
Prior to obtaining her law degree from Suffolk University Law, she graduated, Delta Mu Delta, from Southern Connecticut State University with a Master of Business Administration. During her study, she focused on product marketing.