Jacqueline L. Johansen
Jacqueline Johansen's practice encompasses a wide range of litigation matters, including all aspects of business litigation, land use and real estate and construction law.
Jacqueline earned her law degree, summa cum laude, from New England School of Law. During law school, Jacqueline clerked for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, where she drafted legal opinions and memoranda on legislation, regulations and policy statements and provided guidance regarding federal and state laws relevant to insured depository institutions. She also interned at the U.S. District Court in Boston, where she reviewed forma pauperis applications and drafted proposed orders regarding those applications. After law school, Jacqueline clerked for the Honorable Chief Justice Phillip Rapoza of the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Prior to joining Tymann, Davis & Duffy, Jacqueline practiced in Greenberg Traurig’s Litigation group in Boston. She has also worked in private practice on Cape Cod representing clients on real estate matters, contract negotiations and disputes.
Before attending law school, Jacqueline’s experience was in the financial services industry, where she assisted the general counsel of a hedge fund in reviewing and drafting a SEC compliance policy.
Education: J.D., summa cum laude, New England School of Law, 2011; M.S., merit, The London School of Economics, 2004; B.A., Yale University, 2003.
Admitted to Practice: Massachusetts; U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts; U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit