Jasmine N. Butler

Attorney

Overview

Jasmine N. Butler joined the CGA legal team in 2019. She is currently an attorney who is working in Real Estate Law, Business and Corporate Law, and Municipal Law. She also has experience in a variety of other practices as well.

After her first year of law school, Jasmine served as a Clerk to the Honorable Chief Judge Christopher C. Conner of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. During her second year of law school, she functioned as a Certified Legal Intern at the Central Pennsylvania Civil Law Clinics. After Jasmine’s second year of law school, she joined CGA as a Summer Associate and has since continued her employment.

In 2013, Jasmine earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration at Duquesne University, where she majored in Sports Marketing and minored in Management. She was raised in Harrisburg, PA and is a proud graduate of Susquehanna Township High School.

Jasmine began her Juris Doctorate at Widener University Commonwealth Law School in 2017. During law school, she became the Diversity Forum Editor of the Widener Commonwealth Law Review as well as Vice President of the Black Law Students Association and Public Interest Law Society. She also acted on behalf of Widener as a Student Ambassador conducting school tours for prospective students and participating in accepted applicant and high school student events. When she was not studying, Jasmine volunteered her time assisting with food service at Bethesda Mission and tutoring sixth to eighth-grade students at The Nativity School. She also served as a Nursery Supervisor providing care for young children in her church.

As a committed advocate and mentor for youth in her community, Jasmine is dedicated to giving back as an attorney at CGA Law Firm.

Education
  • J.D., Widener University Commonwealth Law School, 2019
  • B.S.B.A., Duquesne University, Major: Sports Marketing, Minor: Management, 2013
Affiliations
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Sports Lawyers Association