The firm was formally organized in 2003 by Founder Hamida Jackson-Little and later incorporated in 2008 as Law Offices of H.J. Little, P.C. As a veteran of large and small law firms with specialties in insurance coverage, civil litigation and business transactions, Attorney Jackson-Little initially focused this practice on those strengths. The firm later added business transactions, estate planning, probate services and elder law as key practice areas.
From its inception, the firm has maintained its dedication to highly skilled legal advocacy, integrity in all of its dealings, promptness and responsiveness in its communications, efficient use of resources, low overhead and affordable fees, and support of the youth and the underprivileged in our community.
Today Law Offices of H.J. Little, P.C. provides counsel, guidance, and support for individuals, families and small businesses in establishing and maintaining wealth.
BA, Duke University
JD, University of California, Berkeley
Northern District, Georgia
Northern District, California
Hamida Jackson-Little is a 1983, Magna Cum Laude, graduate from Duke University’s Trinity College of Arts and Sciences where she received a BA degree in political science and French literature. Ms. Jackson-Little earned her law degree from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley, where among other achievements, she earned membership on California Law Review.
Ms. Jackson-Little began her law career in 1986 at the San Francisco firm of Thelen, Marrin, Johnson and Bridges, where she specialized in business insurance coverage and civil litigation. Upon leaving Thelen, Ms. Jackson-Little represented small business clients in commercial matters at the firm of Gonsalves and Kozchenko. She later served as a staff attorney for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Environmental Appeals Board in Washington, D.C, drafting legal opinions on commercial compliance with environmental regulations. Currently, Ms. Jackson-Little heads Law Offices of H.J. Little, P.C., a metro-Atlanta law firm guiding families and small businesses in legacy and succession planning.
Ms. Jackson-Little is admitted to the bar in Georgia, California and the District of Columbia. She is a member of the Atlanta Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys.