A message from Jessica: "I grew up in Oklahoma raising and training Quarter Horses. All of my best memories growing up included horses and my little brothers (who aren't so little anymore). When I was 11, I knew that I wanted to be an attorney because attorneys could help people when no one else could. That's why I still enthusiastically choose this challenging profession each day."
Jessica represents individuals and businesses in a range of civil litigation matters. Her representation has included, among a variety other things, defending wrongful termination claims against companies, breach of contract disputes, and advising companies about employment disputes and best practices.
Jessica graduated Magna Cum Laude from Oklahoma City University School of Law in two and a half years. She was an Assistant Resource Editor with the Oklahoma City University Law Review and received the Law Review’s award for Excellence in Technical Editing. During her second year, she served as President of the Federal Bar Association, Law Student Division, and was a Holloway Scholar. While pursuing her Juris Doctor, Jessica served as a judicial intern at the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals with Judge Brian Goree and Judge Barbara Swinton. She also externed with the American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma where she worked on civil justice issues.