• Jasmine Marchwinski

I am a highly motivated trial attorney at Hall Matson. Prior to joining Hall Matson, I worked primarily on criminal defense and family law matters. I have been able to get the most heinous crimes dismissed, secured full custodial rights for concerned parents, restored driving privileges for many Michiganders, and negotiated favorable and creative settlements in my clients’ best interests. These experiences have given me the tools and knowledge I need to feel comfortable in court and be the best advocate for my clients.

Before turning my passion for defending others into a career, I graduated magna cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law. While enrolled in law school, I worked for both The Dillon Law Group and the Honorable David W. McKeague at the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. In addition to these responsibilities, as well as my full-time curriculum as a law student, I also made the most of my academic career by writing for the Michigan State University International Law Review, competing in Moot Court, working in the Housing Law Clinic, and participating in the Michigan Leadership Initiative Program.

Prior to law school, I attended Michigan State University where I received high honors in Political Science and participated in the Political Science Scholars Program. During my undergraduate years, I gained legal experience as an extern at Ingham County Probate Court and intern to the Honorable Rosemarie E. Aquilina at Ingham County Circuit Court. I also worked as an Undergraduate Research Assistant, Undergraduate Learning Assistant, and completed several other internships.