Jasmine Joseph is an associate with Foley & Lardner LLP. She is a member of the firm’s Transactions Practice.
Jasmine’s broad corporate practice is concentrated on the representation of investors and start-up companies and also involves general business counseling, venture capital financings, renewable energy and project finance transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and securities matters.
Previously, Jasmine was a summer associate with Foley and a recipient of the firm’s Diversity Fellowship award, which recognizes summer associates that demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion as well as outstanding leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills.
Jasmine graduated from Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 2018) with a certificate in transnational legal studies. While there, she served on the executive board of the Georgetown University Black Law Students Association as Member-at-Large. During the fall semester of 2017, she also studied abroad at the Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London.
Jasmine earned her bachelor’s degree from Howard University (B.A., summa cum laude, 2015), where she majored in communication and culture and minored in English. As an undergraduate, she was a recipient of the university’s Legacy Scholarship and inducted into the Golden Key International Honour Society.
In law school, Jasmine was a student lawyer in the Harrison Institute Affordable Housing Transactions Clinic at the Georgetown University Law Center, where she helped District of Columbia residents secure affordable housing by enforcing their rights under the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act.
At the firm, Jasmine serves as a supervisory attorney to Georgetown University Law Center’s Entrepreneurship Practicum, a pro-bono effort that provides business counsel and legal advice to startups with a positive social impact and/or for entrepreneurs from underserved communities. She also participates regularly in Foley’s Thurgood Marshall Academy Law Day Program.
Jasmine is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia.