Key Strengths Include:
- Legal Research and Writing
- Motion Practice
- Administrative Law
- Client Advocacy
LaJuana Acklin is a 2009 graduate of Texas Southern Thurgood Marshall School of Law, and she obtained her undergraduate degree from Howard University in 2005. LaJuana possesses over eleven years of civil litigation as well as state and federal administrative law experience. LaJuana began her career in private practice representing clients in various civil litigation matters, including color of title disputes and premises liability.
Prior to joining Bertolino LLP, LaJuana adjudicated unemployment claims as a hearing officer for the Texas Workforce Commission. LaJuana also practiced before the Social Security Administration, specializing in litigating Title II and XVI disability claims.
Additionally, When LaJuana isn’t championing for her clients, she enjoys photography, reading and indoor cycling.