Jacqueline Barber represents clients in civil, criminal, and domestic matters. She moved to New Orleans from Los Angeles in 2010 to attend Tulane University Law School. Prior to entering private practice, she served as a law clerk to Honorable Judge John D. Saunders at the Louisiana Third Circuit Court of Appeal.
Motivated by a desire to directly serve a diversity of clients and build an independent practice in her community, she founded the Law Office of Jacqueline Barber in 2015. After sharing several matters with successful outcomes, Jacqueline began working with Craig at their current location in 2017.
While in law school, Jacqueline served as Senior Articles Editor on the Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality, where she became familiar with the unique family law, employment, civil rights, and tax law issues affecting the LGBT community of which she is part. Additionally, she gained valuable legal experience as an intern for the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights in Washington, D.C.; a student attorney at the Tulane Civil Litigation Clinic; research assistant to Professor Shu-Yi Oei; and an extern for the Honorable Judge Keva Landrum-Johnson of the Orleans Parish Criminal District Court. She received the CALI Award of Excellence for the highest grade in Products Liability.
Licensed to practice before all state courts in Louisiana and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
Tulane University Law School, J.D. (2013)
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), B.A. in English (2008)