Jasmin Randolph-Taylor

Sol & Helen Zubrow Fellowship in Children's Law
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Jasmin is the 2022-24 Sol & Helen Children’s Law Fellow at Juvenile Law Center. Jasmin has a sincere passion for youth advocacy, education law, and creating equity in opportunity for all youth in their education and career endeavors. Before joining Juvenile Law Center, she served as an educator for seven years in Camden and Gloucester County, NJ, and Pittsburgh Public Schools.

Jasmin is a dual-degree graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), where she earned her Juris Doctor and Masters of Public Administration with a focus in Social Policy and Public & Nonprofit Management. During her graduate studies, Jasmin served in several public interest roles, such as a Judicial Intern for the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, a Legal Intern for the Education Law Center – Pittsburgh, and a Certified Legal Intern for the University of Pittsburgh School of Law’s Health Law Clinic.

Jasmin has served her community as the Social Chair of Pitt Law’s Black Law Students Association (BLSA) and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She has additionally served the Southwestern Pennsylvania and DC youth populations as a Mentor for Higher Achievement of Greater Pittsburgh and Volunteer Teacher for Junior Achievement of Greater Washington.

Prior to attending law school, Jasmin attended Howard University and majored in Legal Communications.