Jocelyn Jenks joined the Logan Firm in 2012. She thoroughly enjoys working with clients, and representing individuals, families and businesses with their immigration needs. Jocelyn is from San Diego, California, where she first learned Spanish and she has lived in Colorado for the past eight years.
She majored in English and obtained a Spanish minor from Colorado College in Colorado Springs. Jocelyn graduated from the University of Colorado Law School and is admitted to practice law in the state of Colorado.
During her time in law school she worked with indigenous communities in Ayaviri, Peru to help find innovative solutions to combat the devastating effects of indoor air pollution. Jocelyn is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
Prior to practicing at the Logan Firm, Jocelyn interned at the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition and frequently volunteered at citizenship and deferred action drives.
Jocelyn is dedicated to helping marginalized communities gain political clout and access to the justice system. Jocelyn currently serves on the board of Mountain Flower Dairy a local non-profit organization that strives to provide a connection between the community and local farms.
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