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Austin Black Business Journal Recognizes Meade, Duggins-Clay and Jackson in "Achievements in Black Austin"

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The Austin Black Business Journal will honor Nikelle Meade, Paige Duggins-Clay and Tricia “TJ” Jackson in Achievements in Black Austin Vol. 2, a resource that celebrates African-American accomplishments.

Meade, a partner in the firm's Real Estate, Development & Construction group, is active in numerous professional and community organizations, including the American Planning Association, the Real Estate Council of Austin, the African American Cultural and Heritage Facility and Austin Habitat for Humanity. She was named a 2019 Top Austin Attorney for Land Use Environment by Austin Monthly magazine.

Duggins-Clay is an associate in the firm’s Education practice group and an active member of the Barbara Jordan American Inn of Court. She has been recognized by Austin Monthly as a 2019 Top Austin Attorney in education and Austin Black Business Journal as a 2019 Top 20 Up and Coming Lawyer.

Jackson, a member of the firm’s Corporate Real Estate, Solar Energy and Wind Energy teams, is active in numerous industry and community organizations, including Austin Black Lawyers Association, Real Estate Council of Austin (RECA) and Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy (WRISE). She has also been recognized by Austin Monthly as a 2019 Top Austin Attorney in real estate.

Meade, Duggins-Clay, Jackson and other honorees will be recognized at the official book unveiling and awards ceremony on Nov. 23, 2019 at the J.W. Marriot in Austin, Texas.


Nikelle Meade