Jazmin Dilligard, M.L.S.

Second-Year Law Student, Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, Director of Community Service, Southern Region, National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA), Atlanta, Georgia

An ambitious law student who has finished coursework to receive her bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and a Master’s Degree in legal studies. In both of her internship experience with the District Attorney’s office in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, an intern with a court advocate at Turning Point of Alabama, a legal assistant/receptionist for the Akbar Law Firm, and recent position as a paralegal at Legal Services of North Florida, she
has gained very valuable legal experience. Opening and closing case files, drafting legal documents, filing legal documents within the court's e-filing system, docketing/filing, court procedures, and requesting and sending discovery are tasks that she is extremely familiar with. In addition to her legal experience, she has experience as a front desk receptionist in her time as a student worker in the Dean’s office on the College of Arts and Sciences. She has experience with tasks such as answering phones, scheduling appointments, customer service skills, and client services.