Jacqueline McConaha was born in San Francisco, California, grew up in Huntsville, Alabama, and has practiced law in Mobile, Alabama, since 1985. She graduated from the University of Tennessee with a double major in Anthropology and English and received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law.
Ms. McConaha served as an Assistant District Attorney in Mobile for three years and then entered private practice, handing insurance defense litigation for major carriers as well as plaintiff’s cases (including wrongful death and burn injury cases). Ms. McConaha’s practice now centers on representation of local government entities, and her work includes contract negotiation and drafting, employee administrative hearings, government procurement issues, construction and property litigation, policy reviews, worker’s compensation matters, and handling a variety of other day-to-day questions which arise in representation of public entities.
Ms. McConaha is a member of the Alabama and Mobile Bar Associations. She is admitted to practice in all Alabama state and federal courts. In her free time she enjoys volunteering with the University of South Alabama’s Center for Archaeological Studies, World War II history, writing, and music.