•1981: William R. Ming Award in recognition of participation in the defense and trial of 17 inmates from Pontiac Prison facing the death penalty given by the Cook County Bar Association.
•1990: Richard E. Westbrook Award in recognition of outstanding legal excellence given by the Cook County Bar Association.
•1999: Award tor Unwavering Assistance to Youth and Community Involvement, West Side 40+ Community Organization.
•1999: Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago – Community Empowerment Award in Recognition and Appreciation of Distinguished Service and Outstanding Support.
•2002: Juvenile Court Drug Treatment Program – For Commitment and Dedication to the Program.
•2003: Women’s Leadership Advisory Group — Women’s History Month Celebration, Juvenile Justice Division.
•2004: Juvenile Court Drug Treatment Program — For Tireless Support and Dedication to the Drug Treatment Program.
•2004: Inducted into the John Marshall High School Hall of Fame.
•2004: C.F. Stradford Award — For Dedication to the Practice of Law and Commitment to Improving the Quality of Life in the African American Community.
•2009: Juvenile Probation Officers – Austin Unit, Certificate of Appreciation for Participation in the 2nd Annual Back to School Rally.
•2010: Julia Lathrop Award – for Outstanding Contribution to Juvenile Justice.
•2013: James A. Seaberry Award of Excellence. Black Law Students Association. University of Illinois.
Judge Jackson receiving an award for Community Involvement from the West Side 40+ Community Organization.
Paid for by the Committee to Elect Marianne Jackson