Jazzmyne Williams

Paralegal

Education:
University of Miami ’12 – B.B.A.
University of Maryland Carey School of Law – J.D. Candidate, 2020

Awards:
• Senatorial Scholarship Recipient – 2017
• Community Service Leader Award – 2012
• National Society for Collegiate Scholars – 2012
• Dave DeBusschere Scholarship Recipient – 2008- 2012

 



Jazzmyne Williams is a Law Clerk at Donovan & Rainie, LLC. Prior to joining Donovan & Rainie, Ms. Williams held various positions as a program coordinator, management trainee and sales and marketing representative.

Ms. Williams is currently a second-year evening student at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law where she is pursuing a legal career in Corporate Law and Commercial Real Estate. Ms. Williams serves as the Programming Chair of Black Law Students Association and as the Student Bar Association Honor Board Representative of the 2E Class.

Outside of school, Ms. Williams volunteers for her family’s non-profit organization, and serves as a mentor to elementary and middle school-aged girls. Through mentoring, she is able to merge her passions for women empowerment, advancement of under-served communities and college preparedness. Ms. Williams is also an executive board member of Senators of the City, an organization designed to bridge the gap between faith-based organizations and local and state officials. Two of the Program’s initiatives include encouraging minorities to vote in local elections and brainstorming solutions to civil rights violations that are currently plaguing our communities. Ms. Williams uses her position in both of these organizations to further her commitment to diversity and inclusion, community service, mentoring, and most importantly, leadership by example.