Jacqulyn Simmons represents insurance carriers and insureds in general liability matters and workers’ compensation claims. She has litigated and managed complex claims with an emphasis on favorable and expeditious resolution. Prior to joining Morrison Mahoney, Jacqulyn counseled corporations on corporate governance and procedure and represented corporate clients throughout all phases of litigation in diverse civil matters including discrimination defense, shareholder derivative, breach of contract, landlord tenant, and general liability actions.
During law school, Jacqulyn was a law clerk for the Center for Social Justice Immigration and International Human Rights Clinic at Seton Hall Law where she represented victims and witnesses of crimes in their applications for immigration relief. Jacqulyn was also competitively selected by faculty committee to participate in a paid internship funded by the Bergen County (NJ) Prosecutor’s Office in connection with The Human Trafficking Prevention and Prosecution Project, where she worked with the Special Victims unit of the Essex County (NJ) Prosecutor’s office educating law enforcement professionals on identifying and assisting victims of human trafficking. In addition, Jacqulyn recruited, trained, and organized volunteers to appear as courtroom advocates on behalf of survivors of domestic violence. She also worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Michael A. Shipp, United States District Court, District of New Jersey.
New York State Bar Association
New Jersey State Bar Association
New York City Bar Association
New York City Lawyer’s Association
Essex County Bar Association
- Immigration and International Human Rights Clinic—The Center for Social Justice, Seton Hall University