|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Wiley Manuel Award||California Bar Association||2011|
|President's Service Award (Sole Practitioner)||California Bar Association||2011|
|Pro Bono Benefactor||American Immigration Lawyers Association||2011|
|Barrister of the Year||San Francisco Bar Association||2010|
|Pro Bono Champion||American Immigration Lawyers Association||2010|
|CALI Award of Excellence: International Human Righs Law||University of San Francisco School of Law||2005|
|Principal||The Law Office of Jacqueline Brown Scott||2010 - Present|
|Contract Attorney: Nat'l Pro Bono Project for Children||CLINIC||2010 - 2011|
|Volunteer Immigration Attorney||Community Legal Services of East Palo Alto||2009 - 2010|
|Contract Attorney||Jacqueline Brown Scott||2008 - 2010|
|Attorney Advisor||Executive Office for Immigration Review||2005 - 2007|
|Law Clerk||Volker Law Offices||2004 - 2005|
|Law Clerk||San Francisco City Attorney's Office||2003 - 2003|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|State Bar of California||Member||2005 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||N/A|
|San Francisco Bar Association||Barristers Immigration Co-Chair||N/A|
|The Queens' Bench||Member||N/A|
|Espinal v. Attorney General of the United States||Petition for Review granted|
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|EOIR-IJ Benchbook||Standard Language on Select Topics:The Terrorism Bar||2007|
|EOIR-IJ Benchbook||Standard Language on Select Topics:The Persecutor of Others Bar||2006|
|U of San Francisco SOL||Law||JD - Juris Doctor with Honors||2005|
|San Francisco State University||International Relations||MA||2002|
|St Lawrence Univ||N/A||BS - Bachelor of Science with Honors||1996|
Posted by Leonardo
can't say enough about Jacqueline, so I am going to be a little all over the place. My last immigration lawyer and I parted ways three years ago . I was not clear on where I stood with regards not only to the immigration law and my record, . Jacqueline was recommended to me as very knowledgeable and most importantly a fighter. Those things were absolutely true. I can't stress the fighter part enough. From the first phone call I had with her, it was clear that she really knows what she is talking about. She also made the whole experience very pleasant and very easy for me and my family. Jacqueline worked long hours and kept us informed on what was going on, she is smart, and cares about people. That was a very welcome trait for my family, as we were going through an extremely stressful ordeal. She was upfront, straightforward and accessible. My case was also a bit unique and Jacqueline thought outside the box. After taking over my case two years ago, Jacqueline was able to get my case Re-open with the Board Of Immigration Appeals after so many disappointments. She is an answer to our prayers. Jacqueline and her legal team have been extremely professional and extremely helpful in helping me achieve my dream of becoming permanent resident. She knows the law and all the options that are needed to win a case. You have nothing to lose other than the opportunity to be represented by one of the very best in the profession. Mrs. Jacqueline is a shining star. I found a new friend, but not just a friend... a GOOD friend. Our lives have changed forever and the future looks very bright and my immigration case was re-open, Was approved and I am now waiting for my Green Card. Thanks Jacqueline.
P.S. Compensation for her services was also reasonable.
Posted by anonymous
I have been waiting to write this review because I have been think of how to express my gratitude in words. I don't think I will very find the right words to express how thankful I am. I called so many Lawyers and they would say "Sorry can't help you" but Jacqueline listen to everything I had to say and she took the case and worked very hard on the case. My husband was sentence last year and he took a plea and it had immigration consequences. Jacqueline even had a conference call with Norton Toby regarding my husband and she also had Neil Barr working on the case and was also conference in with Norton Toby. Because after my husband entered the plea, Immigration took him into custody. He was moved to LA and Jacqueline was their every step. She know where he was at and she would call the immigration location if my husband was not receive his medication. During this process I was very scarred and nervous and Neil and Jacqueline had the patience to still work with me. Jacqueline also worked with my husband criminal attorney. Finally he was released from INS. Jacqueline is the best Immigration Lawyer you could every hire.
THANK YOU JACQUELINE!!!
Posted by Fanuel
I worked with Ms. Scott with my green card application. She was thorough and kept me informed at all the steps. She took the time to explain all the details which i found to be very helpful. At the end, she was there during the interview and again, kept me informed throughout the whole procedure.
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