Jessica focuses her practice on clients with traffic and criminal cases, and is committed to equipping her clients with the information they need to successfully navigate the legal system.
She represented her first client on an unemployment case during her very first internship and has been hooked on the experience ever since.
Since then, she has expanded her area of focus to include traffic offenses, divorce and custody, and more.
Whatever the legal issue, Jessica is passionate about working with and advocating for her clients to ensure a positive outcome.
Originally from Norfolk, Jessica relocated to Richmond in 2014, where she attended law school at the University of Richmond. During law school, Jessica spent her summers working in legal aid and public defender offices and graduated with a Pro Bono Certification.
- J.D., University of Richmond (2018)
- B.A., Virginia Wesleyan University (2012)
Admissions & Memberships
Jessica is admitted to the Virginia State Bar and the Eastern District of Virginia.
She is a member of the Metro Richmond Women’s Bar Association, the Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the Richmond Bar Association.
Publications & Lectures
- The Uncertain Status of the Puerto Rico Ports Authority: Working Towards a Uniform Arm-of-the-State Test, American Bar Association Admiralty and Maritime Law Committee Newsletter, Fall 2017, at 12, 32-44.
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