Jasmine Pope is a Maryland native. She received her undergraduate degree in Political Science, with a minor in History from Towson University in 2015. Ms. Pope received her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2018. While in law school, Ms. Pope was a member and the editor-in-chief of the University of Baltimore Journal of International Law. Additionally, she served on the executive board of the International Law Society, competed in the Inter-American Human Rights Moot Court Competition at American University as a member of the Inter-American Human Rights Moor Court Competition Team, and served as a Student Fellow for the Center for International and Comparative Law. Ms. Pope also served a research assistant to Professor Nienke Grossman and was a Law Scholar for Contracts II. Ms. Pope also received the Dean’s Citation for Service during her third year of law school. While in law school, Ms. Pope wrote two publications for the University of Baltimore Journal of International Law and wrote a publication featured on ImmigrationProf Blog.
Ms. Pope was admitted to practice law in the state of Maryland in December of 2018. Ms. Pope joined the firm in September of 2019. Ms. Pope assists the firm in immigration matters, criminal and traffic matters, and family law and domestic matters. While in law school, Ms. Pope worked as a student-attorney in the Immigrant Rights Clinic and successfully represented a client in Immigration Court on an asylum claim. Before joining Rodriguez-Nanney, P.A., Jasmine served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Sherrie R. Bailey in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County.
Ms. Pope is a member of the Baltimore County Bar Association, Maryland State Bar Association, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Ms. Pope is also involved with the University of Baltimore Law Alumni Association.
- “The Stateless: Millions of People Forgotten and Left Without Adequate Immigration Assistance, Where does the United States fit into the Plight of the Stateless?,” University of Baltimore Journal of International Law: Vol. 6 : Iss. 1, Article 6. (2018).
- “The Situation in the Cote d’Ivoire and the Trial against Simone Gbagbo- Is it enough to fix the crises of the Cote d’Ivoire and sub-Saharan Africa?” University of Baltimore Journal of International Law, Emerging Issue (2016). Available at: https://ublawjil.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/the-situation-in-the-cote-divoire-and-the-trial-against-simone-gbagbo-is-it-enough-to-fix-the-crises-of-the-cote-divoire-and-sub-saharan-africa.pdf