Jessica Cook joined Stevenson Law Office in 2016. She concentrates her work for the firm in trusts and estates litigation, elder abuse litigation, as well as conservatorships where she aggressively advocates for her clients.
Ms. Cook brings to the firm over a decade of litigation experience in various facets of law. Her litigation experience includes work providing criminal defense representation at the Orange County Public Defender’s Office, representing plaintiffs in physical elder abuse civil litigation, as well as representing applicants obtain Social Security Disability benefits. Ms. Cook looks forward to utilizing this litigation experience at Stevenson Law Office.
After graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in three years, Ms. Cook went on to Chapman Law School as the youngest in her entering class. She is a member of the State Bar of California and U.S. District Court, Central District of California.
- Chapman University, School of Law – Juris Doctorate
- California State University, Long Beach – Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice
- California, 2006
- United States District Court, Central District of California 2009
Areas of Practice
- Trusts and Estates Litigation
- Elder Abuse Litigation