Jacqueline DeJournett's practice focuses on data privacy, cybersecurity, and internal investigations. Working with clients across industry sectors, Jacqueline advises on a range of compliance issues, including federal, state, and international privacy obligations; compliance program implementation; commercial agreements; and cross-border data transfers. Her practice also includes data breach response and defending clients in privacy litigation, including against consumer claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
Jacqueline also has experience representing clients in white collar criminal matters and internal investigations and counsels companies on compliance and internal control policies.
Jacqueline maintains an active pro bono practice. Through the Firm's Laredo Project, she has helped represent multiple individuals seeking asylum after being persecuted in their home countries. She is also part of the Firm's initiative to combat human trafficking.
- University of Virginia (J.D. 2020; Virginia Law & Business Review; Salzburg Cutler Fellow); The University of Texas at Austin (B.A. in Sociology [Honors Program] with high honors 2014; Phi Beta Kappa)
- Intern to Judge Max O. Cogburn Jr., U.S. District Court, Western District of North Carolina (2018)