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Wesley Jackson
Lead Attorney & Owner

Wes Jackson was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico and graduated from Albuquerque High and UNM School of Law. Wes started Jackson law, LLC, in 2014, he worked in plaintiff's litigation for ten years.


Wes specializes in personal injury and medical malpractice claims and servicing as Guardian ad Litem and Personal Representative. 


University of New Mexico School of Law

      J.D. 2005, with honors

University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma

      B.A. 2001 in Business Administration


  • State Bar of New Mexico, 2005 to Present


  • Coach and Judge, Gene Franchini High School Mock Trial Program, 2006 to present

  • Little League Softball Coach, 2021 to present 

Charlotte Rich Joseph

Charlotte Rich Joseph was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and she graduated from Albuquerque High School and UNM School of Law.


Charlotte brings a wealth of experience to Jackson Law. Prior to joining the firm, Charlotte clerked at the New Mexico Court of Appeals for the Honorable Timothy L. Garcia and the Honorable Michael E. Vigil, current Chief Justice of the New Mexico Supreme Court. Charlotte also has federal government administrative experience as she practiced immigration law and worked for the Social Security Administration.

Charlotte specializes in personal injury claims and serving as Guardian ad Litem.


University of New Mexico School of Law

      J.D. 2005, cum laude

  • Co-Student Articles Editor, New Mexico Law Review

Occidental College, Los Angeles, California

      A.B. 2000 in Economics for Business and Management

  • Honors: magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Top Graduate of the Economics Department


  • Statutes of Limitations Applied to Minors: The New Mexico Court of Appeals’ Balance of Competing State Interests to Favor Children, 35 N.M. L. Rev. 535 (2005).


  • State Bar of New Mexico, 2006 to Present


  • Member, Families United for Education, 2016 to present

  • Co-Director, Anaphylactic Support of New Mexico, 2014 to present 

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