Briana M. Jackson Associate

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Briana’s practice focuses on representing and advising regulated energy companies before state utility commissions, including the Virginia State Corporation Commission.

Before joining McGuireWoods, Briana litigated in state and federal court in a wide array of civil litigation matters, with an emphasis on representing governmental entities and their employees.  

Briana is a graduate of William and Mary Law School, where she was a staff member on the Journal of Race, Gender and Social Justice. While in law school, Briana served as Parliamentarian of the Black Law Students Association where she was awarded Executive Board Member of the Year and spearheaded the annual symposium on Race and the Law. During law school, Briana also served as a research assistant for Professor Paul Marcus and a student attorney in the Family Law Clinic.