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W. Jackson Britton


150 South Perry Street (36104)
Post Office Box 2069 (36102)
Montgomery, Alabama

p: (334) 241-8017

f: (334) 241-8217 | vCard

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Chandra Price

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p: (334) 241-8040

f: (334) 241-8240


J.D., The University of Alabama School of Law, 2019

B.A., magna cum laude, The University of Alabama, 2016

Bar Admissions:

Alabama, 2019

Honors and Awards

Blackburn Institute Fellow, Class of 2014

Mortar Board, 2016

Order of Omega, 2016

Omicron Delta Kappa, 2016

Student Government Association, 2012-2016

Jasons Men’s Honor Society, 2015-2016

Kappa Alpha Order, President 2014-2015

Originally from Montgomery, Jackson graduated magna cum laude from the University of Alabama in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in communications and received his juris doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2019. Jackson’s practice includes primarily civil litigation and covers various areas of law

While in law school, Jackson was a senior editor for the Alabama Law Review and served as Senator in the Student Bar Association.  He also served the Honor Council as Student Ombudsman. Jackson is a lifelong member of First United Methodist Church Montgomery.  In his spare time, Jackson likes to spend time at Lake Martin with his rescue dog, Judge.

Memberships, Affiliations, and Activities

Montgomery YMCA Boys’ Work Committee

YMCA Youth in Government Volunteer

First United Methodist Church, member

Q & A

What previous experiences influence your practice?

As the son of a small business owner, I learned first-hand how to work hard, efficiently and to do the little things right. This skill set has served me well throughout life and continues to serve me well in my practice of law.

Why did you choose to work at Capell & Howard?

Montgomery and the state of Alabama have always been my home. In selecting a firm, my goal was to find a firm that served my community with the personalized representation of a small-town lawyer, while providing the resources of a national firm. After clerking with Capell & Howard for two summers during law school, I knew I had found that firm.