Jasmine Hassan received her B.A. degree from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and her J.D., cum laude, from Southern University Law Center. While attending law school, she was a Peggy Browning Fellow and a Marshall Brennan Fellow. As a Peggy Browning Fellow, she clerked at the New Orleans Worker Center for Racial Justice. As a Marshall Brennan Fellow, she taught Legal Studies at Southern University Laboratory High School and coached students in the national Marshall Brennan Moot Court Competition. Additionally, she worked for the City of Chicago as a 711-law clerk. In law school, Jasmine was on the Dean’s List, the SULC Moot Court Board, the Board of Student Advisors, and she served on the Student Bar Association’s Election Committee. During her time on the Moot Court Board, she competed in the Intra School Competition; she received an award for Best Team and Best Brief. She also served as the chairperson of the Moot Court Board. She is admitted to practice in Illinois.