Jamil Favors focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation in state and federal courts.
Jamil actively served the Philadelphia community while in law school through initiatives such as the James Wilson Project (education) and Back on My Feet. He also did extensive research and published a paper on prison reform and federal prison re-entry initiatives.
Jamil worked as an accountant for one of the big four accounting firms in New York City prior to attending law school.
International airline seeks to recover assets seized by U.S. government in cross-border forfeiture matter
Jones Day is representing an international airline in a federal criminal investigation and a parallel civil asset forfeiture matter involving the seizure of cross-border assets.
- University of Pennsylvania (J.D. 2017; Associate Editor, Journal of Constitutional Law; President of: the Penn Law Class of 2017 and the Black Law Students Association; Recipient, The Dolores K. Sloviter Prize; Certificate in Politics, Fels Institute of Government); London School of Economics (Legal Studies Program, 2012); Howard University (B.B.A. in Accounting 2011)
- Law Clerk to Judge C. Darnell Jones II, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania (2017-2018)