Jacqueline Belle Dixon
Weatherly McNally & Dixon PLC

424 Church St Suite 2260
Nashville, TN 37219

Office Address Phone: (615) 986-3377
Law School: Tennessee College of Law
Earliest License Date: 01/01/1986
Areas of Interest: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Elder Law, Family Law, Probate & Trust Law, Product Liability Law, Tort & Personal Injury, Litigation - General Civil Practice

Jackie Dixon is a shareholder with Weatherly McNally & Dixon PLC.  She graduated from Carson-Newman University and earned her law degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law in 1986.

She is a Martindale-Hubbell AV rated lawyer who practices in the areas of family law, probate, personal injury, and general civil litigation.  She is a Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 listed family mediator.  She was selected "Best of the Bar" in family law for 2017 by the Nashville Business Journal.     

Dixon served as President of the Tennessee Bar Association in 2012-2013, and was on the TBA Board of Governors for 14 years.  She served as president of the TBA-YLD in 1997-1998.  She chaired the TBA's Membership, Access to Justice, and Attorney Well Being Committees.  She is a fellow of the Tennessee Bar Foundation. 

Dixon was the NBA's Pro Bono Volunteer of the Year in 2009.  She is a past-president of the NBA-YLD and is now serving her second term on the NBA board.  She has served as chair of the NBA Pro Bono Board, Continuing Legal Education, Membership, Convention (Picnic), and Community Relations Committees.  She is a fellow of the Nashville Bar Foundation.   She represented the NBA in the ABA House of Delegates for six years.

Dixon is a member of the American Bar Association, serving on two committees in the Tort and Insurance Practice Section.   She is a fellow of the American Bar Foundation.  Dixon is also a member of the Tennessee and American Associations for Justice.  

She is a member of and past- president of both the Lawyers' Association for Women and TLAW. 

Dixon is a past chair of the Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services.  In 2008, she chaired the annual campaign for the Legal Aid Society.  She is a master in the Harry Phillips American Inns of Court.  Dixon served on the Tennessee Supreme Court Lawyer's Assistance Program Commission from 2000 to 2009, and was recently appointed to another three-year term.

Dixon's is president of the Carson-Newman University Alumni Association Board.  She is on the board of A Step Ahead Foundation of Middle Tennessee.  She is on the advisory board of First Steps Inc.  She is an active member of Calvary United Methodist Church.   


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Current TBA Leadership Positions
Access to Justice Committee Middle TN Delegate
Mentoring Committee Chair

Committee Memberships
Access to Justice Committee
Attorney Well Being Committee
Mentoring Committee

Section Memberships
Dispute Resolution Section
Elder Law Section
Estate Planning and Probate Section
Family Law Section
General-Solo-Small Firm Practitioners Section
Tort and Insurance Law Section

Other Group Memberships
YLD Fellows Program