Jazmine is a special education attorney who offers education and disability legal representation to the greater San Diego community. After working with Robin Champlin at Champlin & Associates for over two years, Jazmine is excited to be continuing the practice on her own. She is dedicated to continuing Robin's work in zealously representing children with disabilities and their families, through a collaborative and results-oriented approach. 

Jazmine has been passionate about advocating for children’s education since beginning her undergraduate studies, and she graduated from SDSU with a B.S. in Early Childhood Development. After enrolling in law school, Jazmine helped create a new student organization on campus, Advocates for Children and Education, which developed several outreach programs to support children’s education rights. She first became interested in the area of special education law after interning with the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program’s Education Project. Jazmine also participated in several on-campus clinics, including the Child Advocacy Institute’s Policy Clinic, and the Special Education Legal Clinic, where she represented the rights of low-income students with special needs.  

Upon graduating with her J.D. from the University of San Diego School of Law, Jazmine was awarded the 2014 James A. D’Angelo Outstanding Child Advocate Award, as well as the pro bono service award, in recognition of her contributions to San Diego’s low-income community.

Jazmine is committed to providing aggressive legal representation for her clients, while being sensitive to the need to work collaboratively, under a solutions-oriented approach. She is admitted to practice law in all California state courts.