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Jasmine Pandher was born in Canada, the daughter of two immigrants from India. She subsequently moved to California where she spent most of her childhood. She completed her Bachelors degree in Political Science at San Jose State University. From there, she made her way east, completing her Juris Doctorate degree in 2020 from Western New England University School of Law and fulfilling her grandfather’s dream by becoming a licensed attorney in Connecticut. 


Jasmine has spent much of her time working in various different legal fields and is thrilled about her future at Marti Law. 


Apart from her legal interests, Jasmine shares a great love for animals and advocacy, aspiring to help her family and the community around her. In her spare time, Jasmine is a mentor in the Young Scholars Program, a program that makes the dream of a college education come true. It is important to Jasmine that she give back to the community. 

“I learned a long time ago the wisest thing I can do is be on my own side, be an advocate for myself and others like me.”

– Maya Angelou


I believe my drive stems from wanting to do absolutely everything I can for my parents. I would like to provide for them in the same way that they provided for me. As two people who have struggled and been there every step of the way, I would like to make them proud as they watch me accomplish my dreams. 


Additionally, I hope to utilize my own education and experiences to mentor the next generation and give back to my community. Growing up, I was privileged to be surrounded by a strong support system; as my journey continues, I hope to be able to do the same for others. I want to be able to provide a support system to those that are not as fortunate. I want them to know that someone does care about their future and is willing to be there for them. More importantly, as a woman of color, I want to be a champion for those whose voices deserve to be heard. 


Being a good lawyer also means being a relatable and compassionate human being. In a field that may be stereotyped as cutthroat, it is crucial to remain personable and honorable. I want people to know that every attorney is not a robot; rather, there are attorneys that will form a meaningful relationship with you and help you in any way they can. This world is about being there for others and I want to be there for you. 

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