Jennifer Laskin, Esquire is the Founder and Principal Attorney of Jennifer Laskin & Associates, LLC.
Jenn is a Maryland licensed Attorney and Maryland/ California credentialed Teacher & Reading Specialist. She holds a degree in Middle School Education from Oglethorpe University, a Masters in Reading from Johns Hopkins University & a Juris Doctor from the University of the District of Columbia of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of law.
Professional memberships include the Maryland Bar Association (MSBA), the Maryland Washington Employment Lawyers Association (MWELA), the Education Law Association (ELA), and the National Lawyers Guild (NLG).
Samir Matin is an Honors student at American University double majoring in Economics and Legal Studies and minoring in Religious Studies. Samir has a passion for research, and with his diverse academic interests, he is able to utilize each subject’s strengths to complete the tasks at hand. His focus on the intersection between economics and the legal world has placed him at Jennifer Laskin & Associates.
Renatta is a Native Marylander, born and raised in Silver Spring. She attended Towson University for undergrad where she received a B.S. In History in 2015. She continued to get a Masters Certificate in Equity in Education at McDaniel, along with a Masters Degree in Instructional Technology in 2019. Currently, Renatta is working on another Masters Certificate in Gifted Education at Johns Hopkins University. Renatta has been a digital assistant for 1 year and hopes to continue growing in this field.
Education for Autonomy
Education For Autonomy is the professional blog of Jennifer Laskin, Principal and Founding Attorney. This limited blog features original writing by Jenn, interesting articles and links to the Education For Autonomy Speakers Collective.
Education For Autonomy seeks to share information and develop on-line and physical community spaces. The work is based in legal advocacy, research and allying with social justice movements, groups and individual artists & activists.