Irwin & Morris is open and its lawyers and paralegals are working diligently. In accordance with recommendations of public health officials relating to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we will minimize physical contact and maintain a healthy space between persons, including clients, staff and attorneys. We will attempt to schedule all client meetings by telephone or teleconference. All lawyers have videoconferencing technology by which face-to-face meetings and document sharing can occur. In the event it is neccesary for you to come to our office, please wear a face mask, or we can provide you with one.
Jacqueline joined the firm after completing a fellowship at the Maine Community Law Center. Jacqueline’s practice focuses on family law, civil litigation, probate, appellate litigation, and estate planning.
Jacqueline graduated from the University of Maine School of Law in 2014, where she received the Pro Bono Publico award, recognizing the provision of forty or more hours of free legal services during law school.
Jacqueline’s interest in the intersection of law and policy led her to earn her Master’s Public Policy and Management at the Muskie School of Public Service. Jacqueline graduated from Muskie in 2015 with her Master’s in Public Policy and Management, and a certificate in Social Policy Analysis.
Jacqueline sat for the Maine State Bar Exam in the Spring of 2015, and was awarded the Kenneth R. Clegg Award for obtaining the highest total score on the Maine Bar Examination on an applicant’s first attempt, and the inaugural Laurie A. Gibson Award, for the applicant who obtained the highest score of the essay portion of the Maine Bar Examination.
Prior to law school, Jacqueline worked at Hedge Fund in New York City, a Medical Nonprofit in New York, and L.L. Bean. Jacqueline has a B.A. in American Studies, with a concentration in Political Science, from Bard College.