Jacqueline started her legal career in-house at a large entertainment and technology company. There, she worked on a huge assortment of projects, including contributing to securities, privacy, compliance, employment, and intellectual property matters. Notably, she assisted with that company’s $5.9 billion acquisition of another entertainment company. Jacqueline followed her in-house experience with over a year spent working on business, employment, and intellectual property disputes for a firm in the South Bay.
Jacqueline has applied this experience towards receiving her “Certified Information Privacy Professional/US” (CIPP/US) certification from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). This certification reflects her strong foundation in U.S. private-sector privacy laws and regulations, as well as her understanding of the legal requirements for the responsible transfer of sensitive data to and from the U.S., the EU, and other jurisdictions.
Jacqueline received her undergraduate degree in Philosophy from UC Davis, where she graduated with honors. She received her law degree from the UCLA School of Law, where she also served on the Moot Court Honors Board as a Problem Developer for the Cyber Crimes Moot Court competition. The problem she developed for this competition analyzed law enforcement use of cell phone location tracking.
Jacqueline lives with her partner in the Westside, where they enjoy both going out to try new restaurants and staying in with a good video game.