Amy Jackson joined Siro Smith Dickson as an associate in 2022. Amy represents clients in employment litigation, including sex, age, race, religion, and disability discrimination, whistleblowing, harassment, and retaliation claims, as well as wage and hour class actions and personal injury cases.
Prior to joining Siro Smith Dickson, Amy worked as an associate for a Kansas City firm and practiced in the areas of workplace discrimination, commercial litigation and wage and hour litigation.
Amy earned her law degree from the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law. Prior to law school, Amy was a paralegal for a litigation firm and was part of a trial team litigating cases across the country.
Amy is passionate in her work representing individuals who have been discriminated against, victims injured due to the negligence of others, or workers who are being forced to work without pay. Outside of her practice, Amy is a rising star in the legal community. Amy is actively involved in multiple organizations, including The Missouri Bar Young Lawyers’ Section, The Association of Women Lawyers, The Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, The National Employment Lawyers Association and others. She is a mentee in the Association of Women Lawyers’ Denise Henning Connections program and a graduate of the Missouri Bar Leadership Academy.
In her free time, Amy enjoys spending time with her family, her dogs and gardening.
- U.S. District Court, District of Kansas
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri
- Missouri Bar Young Lawyers’ Section Council – District 3 Representative
- Missouri Bar Leadership Academy (2018-2019)
- Association of Women Lawyers for Greater Kansas City, Board Member
- Association for Women Lawyers Denise Henning Connections – Mentee, Class of 2020
- UMKC Law Alumni Association Board
- Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, member
- Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, member
- National Employment Lawyers Association – Kansas City Chapter, member
- Super Lawyer “Rising Stars” (2019-2021)
- Missouri Lawyers Weekly “Up and Coming Lawyer” (2020)
- 2017 University of Missouri-Kansas City, J.D.
- Emphasis: Litigation
- 2009 University of Missouri-Kansas City, B.S.
Montanile v. Board of Trustees of the National Elevator Industry Health Benefit Plan: Collaring the ERISA Beast, 85 UMKC L. Rev. 477 (2017).