Amy L. Jackson joined Rammelkamp Bradney in 2002 and concentrates her practice in employment law, insurance defense litigation, and environmental law. Amy earned a bachelor’s degree from Illinois Wesleyan University and her law degree from St. Louis University School of Law.
Since 2006, Amy has served as the Administrative Adjudication Officer for the City of Jacksonville’s Municipal Court.
Before her affiliation with Rammelkamp Bradney, Amy was a member of the Illinois Attorney General’s Environmental Enforcement Division where she was responsible for pursuing and prosecuting violations of the Environmental Protection Act throughout Central and Southern Illinois. She was also an attorney with the Illinois Pollution Control Board. While at the Board, Amy oversaw significant rulemakings, such as the Tiered Approach to Corrective Action Objections (TACO), as well as statewide hearings to examine development and regulation of gas-fired electric generating facilities.
Amy is licensed to practice law in both Illinois and Missouri.