Jasmine Mann is a graduate of the Dual Juris Doctor program at University of Windsor Faculty of Law and University of Detroit Mercy School of Law (UDM). During her time at UDM, she worked at the criminal law clinic, which provided her exposure to misdemeanor related cases. During the first year of law school, Jasmine worked at Keran Sangha Professional Corporation in Brampton. The following summer, she secured an opportunity to work as a summer student at the Law Office of Patricia Brown and worked in the areas of criminal law and mental health law. After graduating, Jasmine articled and worked as an associate at the Law Office of Patricia Brown where she gained valuable hands-on experience in defending criminal charges.
Prior to law school, Jasmine completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Human Rights & Equity Studies and graduated cum laude. She was also involved with JusticeNet, a not-for-profit organization that focuses on helping low to mid income individuals gain access to justice.
Jasmine is persistent and diligent in obtaining the best results possible for individuals whose liberties and rights are threatened by criminal charges