LAW OFFICE OF STEPHANIE R. JACKSON, PC
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2121 S. COLUMBIA AVENUE
TULSA, OKLAHOMA 74114
Stephanie R. Jackson is the founding member of SRJ Law and serves as its only attorney. Stephanie attended Frederick Douglass High School in Oklahoma City and continued her academic career at Oklahoma State University, and the University of Central Oklahoma earning her Bachelor of Sciences degree. In 2000, Stephanie went on to earn a Master of Science in Management from Southern Nazarene University.
In May 2018, Stephanie obtained her Juris Doctor at the University of Tulsa College of Law where she was Vice President of the Black Law Students Association. Stephanie resides in the Tulsa area with her husband, and daughter. She is an active member of Christian Chapel where she assists with Jobs For Life mentoring program helping individuals build their resume and interviewing skills to obtain better career opportunities.
Before her retirement in January 2017, Stephanie served the citizens of Tulsa as a Tulsa Police Department Sergeant. During her time at Tulsa Police, Stephanie received many commendations, awards, and honors including being awarded Officer of the Month for December 2007 by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. One of only twelve awards given to officers each year around the country, and presented during National Police Week in Washington, DC by the Secretary of State. In 2013, she was also named one of the Tulsa Shock’s Williams Women of Inspiration Honorees.
Stephanie is an active Board of Trustees member at Holland Hall College Preparatory School, and the T.U. Law Alumni Board of Directors. She is a former Board of Director member for the Domestic Violence Intervention Services and the Sickle Cell Disease Association.
Stephanie is a member of the American Bar Association, the Oklahoma Bar Association, and the Tulsa County Bar Association. She is committed to excellence and making SRJ Law the place "where families come to plan, and plan to come”.
Stephanie is admitted to practice in Oklahoma and in United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma.