Jennifer D. Zumarraga

Jennifer D. Zumarraga


Jennifer Zumarraga is well-versed in a wide variety of labor and employment law issues and has been with the Sass Law Firm since 2005.  Her legal experience and excellent credentials make her a valuable asset.  With over 20 years of experience, she has become an integral part of the firm’s success and reputation.  Ms. Zumarraga is a staunch advocate of employee rights, and brings a unique and excellent set of skills to the table.  In addition to her keen mind, she possesses the rare ability to easily grasp convoluted scenarios and facts, and boil down complex legal issues.  These, along with her superb writing skills and compassion, make her indispensable in helping individual employees with their work-related claims.

After graduating magna cum laude from Florida State University College of Law in 2000, Ms. Zumarraga worked for a local firm on the management/defense side, thereby bringing a creative and practical perspective to pursuing the rights of employees.  Jennifer is a current member of the Labor and Employment Law Section of The Florida Bar, as well as the Florida Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association (Florida NELA).  In 2021 she made Lawdragon’s list of 500 Leading Plaintiff Employment & Civil Rights Lawyers 

For a full list of Jennifer’s awards, publications and associations, check out the below categories or her Resume CV.

Jennifer Zumarraga has received the below recognition:

500 Leading Plaintiff Employment & Civil Rights Lawyers – Lawdragon, 2021
Lead Counsel Rated – Thomson Reuters, 2019-present
Women in Law Nominee – Marquis Who’s Who in American Law, 2020
Writer – Florida State University Law Review
Dean’s List – Florida State University College of Law, Fall 1999
Dean’s List – Florida State University College of Law, Fall 1998

Jennifer Zumarraga attended:
Florida State University College of Law, and obtained her Juris Doctor magna cum laude and graduated in the top 10% in 2000
University of Florida, and graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in 1996

The materials linked below are being made available for informational purposes only and are not to be relied upon as legal advice.

  • Jurisdictional Questions Raised When Remote Workers Reside in Other States and Countries – Labor and Employment Law newsletter, Section of Labor and Employment Law, American Bar Association, Volume 49, No. 3, Fall 2021
  • First Amendment as It Applies to Public Employees – 45th Annual Public Employment Labor Relations Forum, Labor and Employment Law Section and the City, County and Local Government Law Section, The Florida Bar, October 2019 (Acknowledgment of Contribution)
  • Jury Verdict – Lawyer magazine, Hillsborough County Bar Association, December 2010-January 2011

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