Jasmine dedicates her practice to representing clients facing issues in family and civil law matters. Her approach to representation is personal and holistic; Jasmine ensures that her clients receive exceptional treatment and are provided with the resources that they need to get through the difficulties that come with legal matters.
Jasmine graduated at the top of her class from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles in 2017, where she was a chief executive editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, a member of the St. Thomas More Honor Society, and on the board of La Raza de Loyola — the law school’s Hispanic society.
Prior to working in family law, Jasmine was a prosecutor in the Los Angeles area. As a district attorney, Jasmine specialized in domestic violence and sexual assault crimes, and assisted hundreds of survivors in obtaining justice. Jasmine has conducted and obtained favorable results in dozens of trials.
Realizing a need to work more closely with those she advocates for, Jasmine left the district attorney’s office and went into private practice. For two years, Jasmine represented clients in family and civil law matters, taking on cases where domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, and other injustices were at issue.
Jasmine recently relocated to Portland, Oregon, from Los Angeles, California, and is passionate about using the skills and knowledge she acquired over the course of her career to advocate on behalf of Oregonians. When she isn’t working, Jasmine can be found reading a book and spending quality time with her partner and loved ones.