Najah A. Jacobs is an Associate in Archer’s Environmental Law Practice Group, where she specializes in complex environmental litigation, products liability claims, and toxic torts. Najah concentrates her practice on pursuing and defending complex environmental matters, focusing on a wide range of matters, including cleanup and response costs, soil and groundwater contamination, and natural resource damage claims.
Najah graduated from Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, where she served as the Executive Symposium Editor of the Drexel Law Review, and President of the Black Law Students Association. Najah was a competitor on Drexel’s nationally recognized Trial Team, helping the team to a National Championship victory in the Tournament of Champions Trial Competition, and a Regional Championship in the Texas Young Lawyers Association National Trial Competition. Najah was a Law School Ambassador, Diversity and Inclusion Fellow, and Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Fellow.
During law school, Najah served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Robert B. Kugler of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. Prior to that, she worked for Archer as a summer associate. Previously, she also served as an intern for the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.
Professional and Community Involvement
- Member, Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia
- Member, Philadelphia Bar Association
- Member, Garden State Bar Association
- Fellow and Alumnus, Philadelphia Diversity Law Group
Articles and Presentations
- Panelist, Rutgers Law School Pre-Law Diversity Conference (January 2020)
- Panelist, Philadelphia Diversity Law Group Pre-Work Seminar (May 2019)
- Panelist, Drexel Law School Pre-Law Diversity Day (March 2019)
- Moderator, Drexel Law Review Symposium: Race & Policing: Defining the Problem and Developing Solutions (October 2017)