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Jasmine Simmons is a Rochester, NY native and a second year student at Rutgers Law School. She graduated cum laude from Marist College in 2014 with a degree in Criminal Justice. While at Marist, Jasmine was recognized as an “Emerging Leader” and also obtained her NYS Paralegal Certificate. After graduating, Jasmine worked as an asbestos litigation paralegal for Weitz & Luxenberg and is currently employed at Thomson Reuters in New York City. In 2016, Jasmine was elected to serve as the Vice-President of the Association of Black Law Students. Jasmine is passionate about issues of social justice and hopes that working as an Associate Editor of the Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal will allow her to explore how technology can be used as a tool to solve complex issues within the legal system.
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