Jacquelyn Larson, originally from the Bay Area, has practiced law in the Sacramento area since graduating from McGeorge School of Law in 2009.
After going to undergraduate school in Portland Oregon, and graduating cum laude, Jacquelyn decided she missed the California sun too much. She returned to California for law school in Sacramento, California, where she graduated in the Order of the Coif.
Since graduating, Jacquelyn has practiced law in a variety of fields, in state and federal court. Jacquelyn originally worked in a boutique law firm, which represented clients in matters ranging from criminal defense to Indian law to plaintiffs’ cases regarding elder abuse, sexual harassment, discrimination, and wrongful termination. Because of the small size of the firm, Jacquelyn became proficient at every stage of litigation and appeal. Several appellate cases resulted in her clients’ favor in published opinions in the federal Ninth Circuit Appellate Court and the California First District Court of Appeals.
Jacquelyn’s range of experience before different courts, and in different matters, allows her to provide clients with a unique perspective on a variety of issues which may arise in the course of litigation.
When not working, Jacquelyn Larson enjoys exploring the Auburn area with her husband and their dog. They often can be found at one of the local wineries or breweries, or at home watching good or bad movies. She puts up with her husband’s hobbies of astronomy and skiing, and thoroughly enjoys her husband’s hobby of cooking.
- Juris Doctor; University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law; 2009
- Bachelor of Arts, English; University of Portland; 2006
- State Bar of California (2009-present)
- California District Court for the Eastern District of California (2009-present)
- United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (2015-present)