Description of Practice

Jaclyn N. Fisher is a member of the firm’s employment and complex family law practice groups where she assists clients in a wide variety of litigation matters, including employment disputes, high net worth divorce matters, and commercial litigation.

Jaclyn earned her B.A. from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2015. Throughout her undergraduate career, Jaclyn worked on K. Street in Washington, D.C. for both a lobbying firm and for the Federal Labor Relations Authority. Jaclyn’s political lobbying and federal government experience directly informs her employment law practice.

Jaclyn received her J.D. from the University of New Hampshire School of Law in 2018, where she graduated from the nationally-renowned Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program. Upon graduation, Jaclyn was awarded the Yacos Award for her dedicated work as a student attorney on a pro bono commercial litigation case through the school’s Consumer and Commercial Law Clinic. She was also presented with a certificate in Health Law and Policy for her dedicated academic focus on this area of legal study.

During law school, Jaclyn served as the Managing Editor of the University of New Hampshire Law Review, worked as a legal resident for the Honorable Andrea K. Johnstone of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire, and gained litigation experience as a summer associate for a large regional law firm. In recognition of Jaclyn’s continued devotion to public service, she was also distinguished as a Warren B. Rudman Center Summer Fellow and a Doris Monroe Rapee Scholarship Recipient.

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