Jacey Jefferson joined the Mezrano Law Firm in August of 2018. Jacey has successfully worked numerous cases as a personal injury attorney, assisting clients in both settlement negotiations and litigation. In particular, Jacey has experience dealing with insurance companies who put their profits ahead of their customers, and she does not back down from the fight for adequate compensation and coverage for the people and families she represents.
Jacey has the work ethic and passion clients look for in an attorney. Jacey is a highly motivated attorney who is dedicated to, and focused on, helping others.
Jacey graduated from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law and currently specializes in personal injury law. She minored in life sciences during her undergraduate work at Florida State University, which has made her especially adept at understanding, communicating, and connecting with clients. Jacey’s background helps her understand the importance of seeing things from another person’s perspective, and also how our experiences help shape who we are. This translates into an innate understanding of her clients’ needs and goals.
When Jacey is not in the office, you might find her traveling to see family in Florida, or relaxing at the beach with a good book in her hand. Jacey also enjoys playing softball, and spending time with her husband.
Educational Advocacy & Activities
• ABA Negotiation Nationals, Semi-Finalist
• National Negotiation Team, First Place, ABA Region 6
• Henry C. Strickland Negotiation Competition, First Runner Up
• Parham Williams Trial Competition, Sweet Sixteen Finalist
• American Journal of Trial Advocacy (Vol. 41), Student Materials Editor
• American Journal of Trial Advocacy (Vol. 40), Marketing Committee Chair
• Directed Research and Teaching Assistant for the Director of Academic Support
• Cumberland Trial Advocacy Board
• Judge Abraham Caruthers Fellow
• Ethics Committee at UAB Children’s Hospital, Birmingham, AL.
• Street Law, Pro Bono Teaching Program at Ossie Ware Mitchell Middle School, 2016-2017
• Woodlawn Project at Putnam Middle School, 2017
• Project Homeless, 2016-Present
• Grace House Ministries, 2015
• Jacey G. Mann, Student Comment, Protecting Personal Identifying Information in an Electronic Age – An Overview of Electronic Court Record Systems and the Mishandling of Personal Identifying Information, 41 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 643 (2018).
• Jacey G. Mann, Must Police Have a Search Warrant Before They Can Compel Mobile Phone Service Providers to Turn Over Data That Pinpoints a Suspect’s Physical Movements? J. Trial Advoc. (Summer 2017).
• Jacey G. Mann, Antitrust and Amateurism in Sports: Are Scholarships “Enough” to Compensate Collegiate Athletes? J. Trial Advoc. (Spring 2017).
• Published research credit in DRI’s “For the Defense” Magazine: Succession Planning – Time is of the Essence (12-15-16); Written by Deborah Alley Smith, Managing Partner: Christian and Small, LLP
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