Attorney Jacqueline Hackler is part of the medical negligence, maritime, serious injury, and civil rights teams at the firm. Her ability to pinpoint key legal matters in cases, combined with exceptional writing skills, makes her a valuable asset to Campiche Arnold PLLC.
Jacqueline knew early on that she wanted to become an attorney to advocate for those who have been wronged and injured. She truly cares about each client’s well-being, and brings a personal touch to her attorney-client relationships.
Raised in a household that included her El Salvadoran grandmother, Jacqueline is fluent in Spanish and is a key communicator with our Spanish-speaking clients. She is a member of the Latina/o Bar Association of Washington, and the Washington State Association of Justice (WSAJ), formerly known as the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association.
Jacqueline graduated cum laude from Seattle University School of Law, where she was an Executive Editor of Notes & Comments on Law Review. She is published in Seattle University Law Review, “Inconsistencies in Combating the Sex Trafficking of Minors: Backpage’s Deceptive Business Practices Should Not Be Immune from State Law Claims,” 40 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 1107 (2017).