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Jacqueline Esai (Paralegal)


Education

  • Yale Law School (J.D.)
  • University of Denver, Daniels School of Business (BSBA)

Jacqueline Esai (Paralegal)

Jacqueline is a graduate of Yale Law School and has experience working in the corporate law and litigation department of Cooley LLP in Palo Alto, CA. In addition to corporate law and commercial transactions, Jacqueline is well versed in trademarks, copyrights and securities litigation.

In addition to her Juris Doctorate, Jacqueline has a business degree from the University of Denver.

After graduating from the University of Denver, she served in Washington DC as a staff assistant for Senator Ted Stevens, US Senator for Alaska.

At the time, Senator Ted Stevens was the Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee and as a result, Jacqueline was tasked with assisting the US Transportation, Treasury and General Government appropriations subcommittee.

Following her time in the United States Senate, Jacqueline worked as a copy writer and copy editor prior to attending Yale Law School.

After graduating with a Juris Doctorate from Yale, Jacqueline clerked for the Honorable Justice Craig Stowers, then Chairman, of the Alaska Supreme Court.

Following her time with the Alaska Supreme Court, Jacqueline went on to work at Cooley LLP in Palo Alto (as described above).

Before joining Thorsen Legal, Jacqueline served as a president of MTNT, Ltd., an Alaskan Native shareholder-owned corporation that is the parent company of several construction, energy, property management, IT and communications subsidiaries both in the US and globally.

Jacqueline assists our attorneys with corporate law and litigation matters.