Jasmine Little concentrates her practice on business litigation, white-collar criminal defense, and government investigations. Jasmine has successfully defended corporations and individuals in federal and state courts. She has represented clients in various business disputes involving trade secrets, construction litigation, unfair trade practices, and labor and employment law.
Prior to joining Parker Poe, Jasmine gained substantial litigation experience as an attorney in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps, including by defending service members accused of military crimes and prosecuting special victims crimes.
Jasmine earned her law degree from Wake Forest University, where she was an editor for the Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy and treasurer of the Black Law Students Association. She earned her bachelor's degree from Wake Forest as well. She received an ROTC scholarship and studied abroad in Spain and Togo as an undergraduate.
Outside of work, Jasmine is an active member of the Mecklenburg County Bar Association and enjoys playing basketball, tennis, and golf.