Traci S. Jackson

    Member of the Firm

    Traci is a native of Mobile, Alabama, but has lived in Houston since 2004 when she started practicing law. She attended Tulane University Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana and Loyola University New Orleans for her law and undergraduate degrees, respectively. Traci began her legal career as a corporate attorney representing several Fortune 500 companies in major commercial transactions in the areas of banking and finance, mergers and acquisitions and securities prior to transitioning into the full-time practice of real estate law. As a real estate attorney, she represents commercial real estate developers and property owners in the acquisition and disposition of unimproved and improved properties, development and redevelopment of properties, the leasing of properties and financing of such transactions. She also assists in handling various real estate transactions involving the acquisition of telecommunication towers. In addition, Traci has represented a commercial condominium association in preparing its formation and organizational documents.

    Practice Area:  Real Estate, Business Transactions and Telecommunications

    Email: Traci S. Jackson

    Member, State Bar of Texas
    Member, Houston Bar Association
    Secretary, 2013-2014, Board of Houston Young Lawyers Association
    Member, 2009-2014, Board of Houston Young Lawyers Foundation
    Member, Planning Committee for Houston Young Lawyers Association Swearing-In Ceremony
    Co-Chair, 2010-2012, Membership Committee of Houston Young Lawyers Association
    Co-Chair, 2010-2013, Mentoring Committee of Houston Young Lawyers Association
    Co-Chair, 2012-2013, CREW Houston Mentoring Committee
    Co-Chair, 2009 & 2010, CREW Careers Committee
    Member, 2004-2005 Houston Young Lawyers Association Leadership Academy

    "How Far is Too Far?: The Extension of the Right of Publicity to a Form of Intellectual Property Comparable to Trademark/Copyright," Comment, 6 Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property 181, 2004

    Admitted to State Bar of Texas, 2004
    B.S. 2001, Loyola University New Orleans (Magna Cum Laude)
    J.D. 2004, Tulane University Law School; Managing Editor, Tulane Journal of Technology and
    Intellectual Property