Jacquelyn focuses her practice on complex insurance claims and coverage in directors and officers, professional liability, and general liability areas, among others. She is experienced in advising clients regarding placement of coverage, availability of coverage, and litigating coverage issues for a diverse array of claims.
Before joining Mintz Levin, Jacquelyn was an associate in the insurance/reinsurance practice in the Boston office of another international law firm. Prior to this she was a litigation associate at an international law firm based in New York, where she worked on matters relating to financial fraud, insurance claims including fidelity and D&O claims, securities law, contract disputes, and bankruptcy proceedings.
After attending law school, Jacquelyn was a law clerk for the Honorable Richard N. Palmer at the Connecticut Supreme Court. While in law school, Jacquelyn was an Alexander fellow for the Honorable Kimba M. Wood at the US District Court for the Southern District of New York and a judicial intern for the Honorable Jane S. Solomon at the New York State Supreme Court. She also served as associate editor of Cardozo Law Review.
Jacquelyn has also done a significant amount of pro bono work in the area of immigration, including the representation of asylum-seekers and those seeking U visas and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.
Recognitions & Awards
•Felix Frankfurter Award, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (2007)
•Outstanding Service Award, Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project (2015)
• Mintz Levin Attorneys Among PAIR's 2015 Honorees, (06.15.2015)