Jasmine Nino was admitted to the California Bar in 2021 and joined Kermisch and Paletz LLP as an associate attorney shortly thereafter. She attended Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles where she earned her Juris Doctor Degree in 2020. During law school, Jasmine laid the groundwork of her family law career by clerking for the honorable Judge Amy Pellman in Pasadena and by interning with a respected family law firm in Glendale.She also took on an internship working in the education sector, advocating for children with special needs so they could get the assistance they needed to thrive.
Jasmine’s career in law is an extension of her love for language and persuasion which she also pursued in college. She went to California State University of Northridge where she majored in English literature, minored in psychology, and earned her place on the Dean’s List for multiple semesters. Although raised to be tough as nails, she is a proponent of mental health awareness and emotional health.
Jasmine is the child of two immigrants who met each other in California. She was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley and has lived in the Los Angeles area her whole life. When Jasmine isn’t advocating for her clients, she likes to spend time with her little brother exploring hiking trails and chatting about the latest reality tv shows.