Jami Coleman is a licensed tax attorney with over a decade of experience advising individuals and businesses regarding their federal tax disputes with the Internal Revenue Service. She graduated with her Juris Doctorate from Florida State University College of Law (FSU) in 2008, where she was an editor of the Business Law Review, a member of the Mock Trial Team, a participant in the Jessup International Moot Court Competition, and a director for the Southern Region of the Black Law Students Association. After graduating from FSU, Jami moved to Washington DC to attend Georgetown University Law Center (GULC) Graduate Tax Program where she earned her Masters of Law in Taxation in 2009 and interned with the United States Tax Court. In 2008, she passed the Florida Bar and in 2010 she passed the NY Bar. She is a member of the Florida Bar and the United States Tax Court.
In addition to her practice, Jami is an adjunct tax professor at Florida A&M University School of Business and Industry, where she teaches corporate and federal income tax to business students. She volunteers with Legal Services of North Florida, Legal Aid Foundation, and FSU Veterans Clinic where she assists low income taxpayers in resolving disputes with the IRS as well as other civil matters. She is the immediate past president of the Legal Aid Foundation of Tallahassee, sits on the Board with Tallahassee Bar Association, the board of the LeMoyne Art Center, as well as other non-profits.
Jami is a class III fellow with the Wm. Reece Smith Florida Bar Leadership Academy and a fellow with RPPTL Section of the Florida Bar. Jami is recognized as a 2017 and 2018 Rising Star with Florida Super Lawyers, she was awarded the Tallahassee Bar Association’s 2017 Thomas M. Ervin, Jr. Distinguished Young Lawyer Award, and the 2016 Nation’s Best Advocate Under 40 by the National Bar Association. But Jami’s most notable accomplishments are her beautiful and bright two children, Ariel (14) and Khari (19).