Salazar Jackson Cofounder Linda Worton Jackson Named Professional In Residence Attorney for the Center for Social Change
May 6, 2016 Posted in Firm News
Linda Worton Jackson, Cofounder of the Miami-based law firm Salazar Jackson, LLP, has been named Professional In Residence (PIR) Attorney at the Center for Social Change (C4SC), South Florida’s first community space and co-working environment for nonprofits, social enterprises and for-profits. As PIR Attorney Ms. Worton Jackson will expand her non-profit and social venture platform by providing legal services to nonprofit groups and social enterprises resident at C4SC.
“We are delighted that someone of Ms. Worton Jackson’s caliber is volunteering her legal expertise to our members through our Professional in Residence program. At the Center for Social Change we are committed to helping South Florida’s change-makers successfully launch, grow and amplify their impact, and the counsel that Ms. Worton Jackson provides is invaluable,” said Lauren Harper, Director of Programs and part of the founding team of C4SC.
Ms. Worton Jackson said, “At Salazar Jackson we emphasize the importance of giving back to the community, and this is a nice opportunity to carry on that tradition. I am thrilled to be part of such a wonderful organization and to expand my expertise in the area of non-profit work and start-ups.”
For 25 years, successful businesses and individuals have relied on Ms. Worton Jackson to guide them through the process of setting up a business, as well as mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, financing transactions, venture capital investments, and secured credit facilities. She is best known for her ability to get deals closed and react quickly to the changing landscape of any transaction.
About Salazar Jackson LLP
Salazar Jackson LLP (http://www.salazarjackson.com) is a Miami-based firm that serves individuals and businesses seeking to seize financial or business opportunities through real estate ventures, startups, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures as well as those facing financial crisis, complex commercial litigation or government investigations. They represent clients in matters throughout the country.