Andraya K. Jackson is an associate attorney practicing first-party property defense for Cole, Scott & Kissane’s Orlando office.
Ms. Jackson earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies focused in History, Legal Studies, and Political Science at the University of Central Florida. There, she began volunteering with Habitat for Humanity and went on to travel the state working on building homes for the less fortunate.
Upon graduating from the University of Central Florida, Ms. Jackson attended Barry University School of Law in Orlando, Florida where she served as the Vice Justice for the Moot Court Honors Board. Ms. Jackson competed in four moot court competitions and won awards for brief writing and oral advocacy, including winning the national NYU Immigration Law Competition argued before Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Judges.
Prior to joining Cole, Scott & Kissane, Ms. Jackson worked as a Law Clerk for Mark O’Mara of the O’Mara Law Group. There, she gained experience in Criminal Defense and Family Law.