Meet Our Paralegal, Jazmin Pantoja
In the summer of 2021, after graduating with her Master’s degree in Legal Studies from Texas State University Jazmin started her paralegal career with the Civil Division at the Hays County District Attorney’s Office. Jazmin served 2 years with the Hays County District Attorney’s Office working various areas of civil law such as child protection cases, protective orders, asset forfeitures, bond forfeitures, mental health cases and processing Public Information Act requests.
Jazmin has experience drafting pleadings, orders, motions, and has prepped for many jury trials. Jazmin is dedicated to using her talents as a paralegal to help others and has established professional relationships with court staff, Child Protective Services personnel, and county employees. Jazmin prides herself on building positive relationships with others, being an efficient and resourceful paralegal and generating quality work product.
Jazmin hopes to attend law school in the near future in hopes of contributing to the advancement of social and environmental justice. During her free time, Jazmin enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, traveling, listening to crime and mystery podcasts and being surrounded by green landscapes.