Jeannette grew up in Orange County and attended the University of California, Irvine (“UCI”) where she received two Bachelor degrees in Criminology, Law and Society and Psychology and Social Behavior. While pursuing her Bachelor’s degree, she interned with the Juvenile Defenders, where she established an interest in law. After graduating from UCI in 2010, she began her career in the legal field as a legal assistant for a family law firm in Orange County.
Jeannette received her Juris Doctorate from Western State College of Law (“Western State”) in 2015, graduating Cum Laude. She was admitted to the California State Bar in December 2015. While at Western State, she received a merit-based full-tuition scholarship for two years and earned a Criminal Law Certificate. Additionally, she was part of the Law Review, Mock Trial Team, and she was Co-President of the Latino Student Bar Association.
Prior to joining Bremer Whyte, Jeannette worked at a reputable family law firm in Orange County, where she gained valuable experience in complex family law matters.
Jeannette has been a member of the Orange County Hispanic Bar Association since 2013 and currently serves as an Executive Board member.
When not practicing law, Jeannette enjoys spending time with her daughter, hiking and dancing.