Jennifer D. Zumarraga

Jennifer Zumarraga is well-versed in a wide variety of labor and employment law issues as she has been practicing in this area since 2001. After graduating magna cum laude from Florida State University College of Law in 2000, she worked for two large local firms on the management/defense side before joining the Sass Law Firm in 2005, and is now a staunch advocate of employee rights. Ms. Zumarraga brings a unique and excellent set of skills to the table, as well as a keen mind. Jennifer’s ability to easily grasp convoluted stories and facts and boil down complex legal issues, along with her superb writing skills and compassion, make her instrumental in helping individuals with their employment-related claims.

Jennifer Zumarraga has received the below recognition:

WriterFlorida 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 has received the below recognition:

WriterFlorida 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 in 1996

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