Darla Jackson


In July 2022 Darla Jackson becomes the Director of the Mabee Legal Information Center at the University of Tulsa College of Law. As a technology enthusiast, her interests include the impact of tech on legal research and legal services delivery, access to justice, and international human rights. She was included in the 2019 Class of the Fastcase 50.

She is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association (OBA) Law Office Management & Technology, Indian Law, and Women in Law Sections. She serves on the OBA Access to Justice and Member Services Committees. She is a member of the Chickasaw Nation Bar and Cherokee Nation Bar Associations.

She is active in the Legal Innovation & Technology Special Interest Section of the American Association of Law Libraries and the Native Peoples Law Caucus. She is a member of the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center Board and the Law Practice Division Ethics and Professionalism Committee. She serves the ABA Section on Legal Education & Admission to the Bar as a member of Law School site evaluation teams.

She has experience as a judge advocate in the U.S. Air Force, a Practice Management Advisor for the OBA, and as a legal information professional.

My Sessions

I Didn’t Know PDFs Could Do That

Grand Ballroom B

This session will focus on tips and tricks for attorneys and their support staff for using PDF tools, including the latest features, add-ins, etc. Adobe Acrobat DC will be the primary concentration, but other PDF tools will also be addressed. Features such as redaction and security measures to ensure privacy and confidentiality to address ethical […]

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