Ms. Jaghab clerked in-house for an international recruiting company, interned at Gulfcoast Legal Services as an advocate for the homeless, volunteered as a Guardian Ad Litem and interned at the State Attorney’s Office in both Jacksonville and Tampa.
She studied Comparative Trial Advocacy at Oxford University in England and took several international law courses at the University of Granada in Spain. Ms. Jaghab was recognized for her contributions and experiences by becoming a recipient of the Public Service Fellows Scholarship as well as a two-time recipient of the Calvin A. Kuenzel Scholarship.
Ms. Jaghab received her Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law after completing her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Central Florida. While in law school, Ms. Jaghab was a campus ambassador, a Student Bar Association class representative, and a teaching assistant in research and writing. She was also a research assistant to Professor Charles Rose, whom she assisted in the production of two publications, Fundamental Trial Advocacy (3rd Edition) and Criminal Procedure Casebook (3rd Edition).
•Jacksonville Bar Association
•Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association
•Florida Association for Women Lawyers
•Hillsborough County Bar Association
•American Bar Association
•Florida Justice Association