Education & Bar Admissions
- Juris Doctor, University of Colorado
- Bachelor of Science, Materials Science & Engineering, University of Florida
- Bar Admissions:
U.S. District Court of Colorado
- Ben S. Wendelken American Inn of Court, 2018 – 2020
- Colorado Bar Association
- Colorado Women’s Bar Association
- Sam Cary Bar Association
Kianna F. JacksonSenior Associate - Civil Litigation, Insurance Claim Denials, & Business Representation
“You called down the thunder. Well, now you got it.” – Wyatt Earp
It would be a cliché to say Robinson and Henry senior associate Kianna Jackson was born to be a lawyer. Then again, she did practically grow up in a courtroom environment.
Her mother was a Florida judge in trial and appellate courts, so Kianna was raised with the unique experience of watching hundreds of trials and court proceedings, and getting to understand their workings from her mother’s behind-the-bench perspective.
In preparation for a legal career, Kianna earned a degree in engineering at the University of Florida because she knew it would improve her ability to distill complicated concepts into ideas anyone can grasp. It’s a powerful skill in litigation, turning “legalese” into impactful language that moves juries and keeps adversaries at the negotiating table.
Kianna tried 50 cases, three county court trials, two district court bench trials and many other district court jury trials throughout Colorado before joining Robinson and Henry as a senior litigator. However, she sees her ability to relate to clients and hatch creative strategies as her greatest strength.
She prides herself on being accessible to her clients, who can stay in touch with her via Zoom, telephone calls, or even in-person meetings. Kianna is always well-prepared, and having grown up in a courtroom setting, feels right at home taking a case all the way to a jury if she must. She enjoys advocating passionately for her clients.
In her free time, Kianna stays physically active. She runs, and coaches both baseball and youth soccer. She is married with two young sons.