Jacqulene Robinson is an attorney of the firm. She has lived in Kalamazoo and Battle Creek area for most of her life. She graduated from Delton-Kellogg High School, then received an Associate of Applied Science Degree from Kalamazoo Valley Community College. After moving to Eugene, Oregon, and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2008. While in Oregon, she worked with adjudicated youth and adults with severe and persistent mental illness.
Jackie attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School on an honors scholarship. Jackie received Certificates of Merit for achieving the highest grade in her class in Taxation, Scholarly Writing, and Bankruptcy. In her final term, she received the John D. Voelker Award (awarded for the greatest contribution to the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review for the term) and the Leadership Achievement Award (an honor that acknowledges those students who have consistently, comprehensively, and effectively provided leadership in a variety of capacities). She graduated magna cum laude in 2015.
After graduating from law school, Jackie was the judicial law clerk for the Honorable Margaret Zuzich Bakker in Allegan County. Jackie then worked as a judicial clerk in Kalamazoo County. Jackie joined the firm in 2017 and works in all areas of the law, including family law and civil litigation. She is looking forward to becoming actively involved in the Battle Creek community.
Jackie currently lives in Hickory Corners with her husband and two dogs.
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