The Hall County Solicitor-General’s Office announces a new Chief Assistant and Deputy Chief Assistant.
Stephanie Thompson was sworn in on Wednesday, Sept. 7 as the new Chief Assistant for the Hall County Solicitor’s Office. Brooke Jackson will be promoted to Deputy Chief Assistant Solicitor.
“I am excited about the measure of talent and abilities that these two professionals bring to Hall County State Court and look forward to the continued growth of our agency as we seek to serve justice and healing for those whose lives have been affected by crime,” Solicitor-General Stephanie Woodard said in a press release.
Thompson was a Presidential Scholar and an honor graduate of Georgia State University’s College political science program. She then graduated in the top 5% of her John Marshall Law School class.
Thompson came to the Hall County Solicitor’s Office after an internship in the Gwinnett judicial circuit and has served as a senior trial Assistant Solicitor-General for almost seven years. She has served on multiple accountability courts, is passionate about mental health advocacy, and is an integral part of the continued programming developments in the Office.
Jackson is a 2014 cum laude graduate of the University of Florida. She graduated from the University of Georgia law school in 2017. She has served as an Assistant District Attorney in Athens - Clarke County and a Senior Assistant Solicitor General in the Hall County Solicitor General’s Office.
Jackson is passionate about victims’ rights and advocacy, as well as access to mental health services. She serves on the Northeastern Judicial Circuit HELP Court program and volunteers with our community charitable agencies to give back to those that serve our victims.
Any questions can be directed to Solicitor-General Stephanie Woodard at 770-531-7012.