Jessica is a born and raised Las Vegas native. She received both her Juris Doctorate and her Bachelor’s degree from UNLV. She graduated from the William S. Boyd School of Law with Pro Bono Honors in 2015. During her time at Boyd, Jessica participated in Boyd’s International Human Rights Practicum in India, where she interviewed factory workers subjected to human rights violations, and co-authored a UN report to the Special Rapporteur. Prior to her practicum in India, Jessica also studied law in Barcelona, Spain and Oxford, England. Jessica also competed in the International Criminal Moot Court Competition at Pace University Law School in 2014.
Before joining Sgro & Roger, Jessica worked at a boutique firm where she operated in a general counsel capacity representing clients and businesses in both litigation and transactional matters. She also managed and maintained the client’s intellectual property portfolios. At Sgro & Roger, Jessica builds upon her prior experience and has since expanded her practice in the areas of business litigation, real estate, and probate matters.
Jessica is still active in the community and still participates in La Voz as an attorney mentor. Jessica also currently serves as the Parliamentarian for the Asian American Pacific Islander Democratic Caucus (AAPIDC) and Vice Chairman of Bamboo Bridges, a nonprofit organization designed to assist domestic violence and human trafficking victims leave their abusers and navigate the social and legal systems for assistance. Outside of the office, Jessica likes to spend time with her dog and her family and traveling.
|Associate||The Amin Law Group||2018 - 2020|
|Attorney||Shumway Van||2017 - 2018|
|University of Nevada Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law||2015|
|University of Nevada-Las Vegas||Bachelor's||2012|