Jasmine Cromeyer is a senior paralegal in Nixon Peabody’s Litigation Department. She has more than 16 years of experience in all aspects of litigation including real estate, commercial litigation, government investigations, white collar defense, intellectual property and management of brands and antitrust.
I support our Litigation group assuring all aspects of a case run smoothly. This includes maintaining case files and managing voluminous document databases. I assist senior partners and associates in all stages of litigation including large document reviews and production, deposition preparation and general support with trials, mediations and arbitrations.
My experience with electronic filing of pleadings in various U.S. district courts, along with my knowledge of e-discovery, is an excellent asset to attorneys and managing clerk teams.
I speak Spanish fluently, which has been helpful while handling several pro bono cases because I can assist with translations of meetings, conference calls and court documents. I work closely with attorneys who work on asylum cases and recently was bestowed the William Rodman Peabody Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Service.
I’ve been tracking the growing role for paralegals involved with e-discovery, privacy, data protection and project management. Paralegals will be called upon more and more to help with these issues.
State University of New York at Albany, B.A.
State University of New York at Brockport, Study Abroad Program
JDAF (Joey DiPaolo AIDS Foundation), CAMP TLC (Teens Living with a Challenge).