Alicia Jackson

Director of Academic Success and Bar Preparation
Phone: 407-254-3233
Email: alicia.jackson@famu.edu

Alicia JacksonProfessor Alicia Jackson comes to the FAMU College of Law from the Law Center at Nova Southeastern University where she served as a professor in the Critical Skills Program.  She is also a member of the faculty for the Criminal Justice Institute where she developed the criminal law course for the Ph.D. program.   She is the former Chair of an undergraduate criminal justice program and during her tenure developed and taught various courses, including, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Victimology, and Constitutional law.  She has extensive experience in both curriculum design and course development.  Her research and teaching interest include criminal law and procedure, juvenile delinquency, victimology and law school academic support/success programs.

Prior to teaching, Professor Jackson worked as an associate in a South Florida law firm, and subsequently opened her own practice.  She practiced law in the areas of criminal law, wills, trusts and estates, and personal injury. 

Professor Jackson is a member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States and the Florida Bar and previously served as a Florida State Supreme Court certified mediator.    She received her Juris Doctorate from Nova Southeastern University and both a Master’s of Public Administration and Bachelor of Science degrees from Grambling State University.



Office Hours: Assistant :
     By Appointment    Penny Hammond
       Office: 254-4024


Courses taught by Professor Jackson: Links:
  • Advanced Analytical Skills I & II
  • Bar Preparation Workshops
  • Introduction to Analytical Skills I & II