Jocelyn Smith is a member of the Florida and Virginia Bars and has practiced in state and federal court for the past thirteen years. She has experience in litigating a variety of business contract disputes, as well as intellectual property, consumer class actions, restrictive covenant enforcement, and consumer and commercial debt collection.
Jocelyn grew up in Gainesville, Florida and received her B.A. from the University of Florida before obtaining her J.D. from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. At Georgetown, Jocelyn participated in Moot Court, the Harrison Institute Public Policy Clinic, and the Georgetown Gilbert & Sullivan Society.
After law school, Jocelyn returned to Florida and represented businesses in a variety of disputes ranging from single-plaintiff consumer protection claims to class actions and complex, multi-year intellectual property disputes in federal courts. She has represented clients in over 100 mediations and numerous arbitrations before AAA and JAMS. She also spent five years representing low-income individuals in a non-profit clinic during the foreclosure crisis.