Jasmine K. Dela Luna
Jasmine deals primarily with general commercial litigation and mass torts, focusing on insurance and reinsurance litigation. Jasmine has experience conducting large-scale discovery, pinpointing answers through complex legal research, and drafting filings such as myriad motions, discovery requests, and substantive briefs. Jasmine is a staunch advocate for her clients and strives to approach every legal issue with creativity and efficiency.
Prior to joining ArentFox Schiff, Jasmine honed her skills as an advocate during her time with the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights. Her experience there then lent her the skills to help win immigration relief for her first ArentFox Schiff pro bono client. Whatever the matter, Jasmine seeks to always deliver top-notch work product that exceeds client expectations.
- Assisted in successfully gaining relief under the Convention against Torture for a detained migrant.
- “The Role of Economic Incentives in Child Exploitation and Human Trafficking in Thailand,” International Immersion Program Papers, Chicago Unbound 85 (2018)
- “Remedies in Cases of Modern-Day Slavery: Can Courts Cap the Cost of Suffering?” Trafficking Matters (2018)
- “A Door Left Open: The Ability of Trafficking Survivors to Sue Corporate Defendants Post Jesner v. Arab Bank,” Trafficking Matters (2018)
As a Chicago native, Jasmine strives to invest in her city through pro bono legal and community service. She has partnered with non-profit organizations like Traffick Free, Garden City Covenant Church, and the National Immigrant Justice Center to assist in the achievement of a more equitable and just society.
- Human Trafficking Institute, Frederick Douglass Fellow
- National Immigrant Justice Center, Pro Bono Fellow
- Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights, Child Advocate
Boards, Memberships & Certifications
- Garden City Covenant Church
- International Justice Mission Council