Camellia Jacobs



Camellia Jacobs is a Mediator, Litigator, and Collaborative Law Practitioner, with experience resolving a variety of domestic relations issues through different processes including negotiation and mediation. Ms. Jacobs began her career as a civil trial lawyer, litigating civil rights and negligence cases in the trial courts of the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. Her work included representing the estates of developmentally disabled wards of the District of Columbia who died as a result of abuse and neglect in the group home system. Ms. Jacobs has also argued before the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland.

Despite her litigation experience, Ms. Jacobs’ passion is conflict resolution through mediation and alternative dispute resolution, particularly in family situations. For this reason, she founded Jacobs Mediation LLC, a mediation practice in Montgomery County, Maryland dedicated to helping families navigate transition and conflict respectfully and efficiently. She also serves as a family mediator for the Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Division of the District of Columbia Superior Court, and is a designated mediator for the Montgomery County Circuit Court in Maryland.

Ms. Jacobs is a graduate of Tulane University and American University, Washington College of Law, where she is now an Adjunct Professor.

Despite her litigation experience, Ms. Jacobs’ passion is conflict resolution through mediation and alternative dispute resolution, particularly in family situations. For this reason, she founded Jacobs Mediation LLC, a mediation practice in Montgomery County, Maryland dedicated to helping families navigate transition and conflict respectfully and efficiently. She also serves as a family mediator for the Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Division of the District of Columbia Superior Court, and is a designated mediator for the Montgomery County Circuit Court in Maryland.

Ms. Jacobs is a graduate of Tulane University and American University, Washington College of Law, where she is now an Adjunct Professor.



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