Jennifer Davison is a family law attorney and partner at Tucker PLLC who provides guidance to clients and families in Washington, DC, and Maryland. She handles all types of family…
Anne Marie Jackson
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Anne Marie Jackson is co-founder and principal of Feldman Jackson, P.C. Her law practice focuses exclusively on family law. Anne Marie is trained in Collaborative Law, and is a founding member of both the Collaborative Divorce Association, Inc. in Maryland and the D.C. Academy of Collaborative Professionals. Anne Marie has been selected by her peers to be included in the Best Lawyers in America (2009 and thereafter), as a Super Lawyer, and has been selected as among the best divorce lawyers by the Washingtonian magazine.
On a national level, Anne Marie is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and a former member of the AAML’s Board of Governors. Additionally, she plays a leadership role in the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association, currently serving on the Section’s Council and chair of the Marital Property Committee and having served on the Continuing Legal Education Committee and previously chairing the SCOPE Committee. Anne Marie is also active in local bar activities. She is a former President of the Montgomery County Chapter of the Women’s Bar Association of Maryland and served as co-chair of the Judicial Selections Committee of the Women’s Bar Association of Maryland. As co-chair of the Family Law Section of the Bar Association of Montgomery County, she received the Bar Association’s Outstanding Section Chair of the Year award.
Anne Marie received her undergraduate degree from Emory University (B.A., 1991); and law degree cum laude from the Washington College of Law, American University (J.D., 1994), where she was the Senior Federal Circuit Editor of the American University Law Review. Prior to practicing family law, in 1994-95 she was a law clerk to the Honorable Theodore G. Bloom of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. Ms. Jackson is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.