Jasmine Rogers Drain
Jasmine was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2006 and to the South Carolina Bar in 2007. While an undergraduate, she interned with the Student Legal Services Department. In law school, Jasmine clerked for the Tennessee Board of Regents, served on the University of Tennessee Pro Bono Executive Board, and worked as a graduate assistant for her Office of Equity and Diversity.
Jasmine works primarily in school law with an emphasis on tort litigation and student matters.
Georgia Bar, 2006
University of Virginia, B.A., Sociology, with distinction, 2002
Professional Associations and Memberships:
South Carolina Bar
Jasmine grew up in Virginia and is a graduate of Scott County Public Schools. She comes from a family of educators and has strong ties to public education. Both of Jasmine's parents have taught in Virginia public schools for over thirty years, and her mother served the Virginia Board of Education from 1998 to 2004. Jasmine and her husband, Marcus, live in School District Five of Lexington and Richland Counties.
Born: Gate City, Virginia, February 3
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