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Attorney Jessica Katz is a skilled investigator, litigator, and trainer. She is committed to providing all of her clients - including schools, businesses, and individuals - with the advice and support they need to feel empowered about their legal choices.

Attorney Katz has experience working in higher education, the non-profit sector, and the criminal justice system. She began her career as a prosecutor. In this role, she sharpened her litigation skills and learned the importance of balancing competing interests while  maintaining the fairness and integrity of the justice system. Attorney Katz was then able to transfer these skills to her position as the internal Title IX Investigator for Brown University. Thus, making her a thoughtful, thorough, and impartial fact finder for schools and businesses.

Attorney Katz was educated at Northeastern University’s Domestic Violence Institute, where she received and provided extensive training about the benefits of using a trauma-informed and client-centered approach to her work. She utilized and enhanced these skills as the Legal Advocacy Program Manager for a local non-profit. In this role, she not only litigated in District and Family Courts, but learned the vital importance of comprehensively assessing each client's situation in order to develop individualized legal strategies to meet that client’s needs.

Attorney Katz is passionate about serving her community in addition to her clients. She is on the Board of Governor’s at the Old Colony YMCA. She is also an alumna of the 2015-16 Class of the Boston Bar Association’s Public Interest Leadership Program.

She is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law and Stonehill College.

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