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Jenna Mandraccia has almost 20 years of experience and has represented a wide range of clients in personal injury, wrongful death, professional malpractice, premises and products liability, civil rights, and appellate matters. She has handled all aspects of civil litigation, in both state and federal court.
After graduating cum laude from Gonzaga University School of Law in her native state of Washington, Ms. Mandraccia began her practice for a small but prestigious law firm in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where she handled primarily catastrophic personal injury, medical malpractice, and appellate matters. Ms. Mandraccia also served as an appointed federal public defender for the United States District Court, District of Wyoming magistrate division.
Ms. Mandraccia then continued her practice with a small firm in Phoenix, Arizona, with a continuing emphasis on catastrophic personal injury, medical malpractice, and constitutional-related matters.
Ms. Mandraccia has successfully argued before the Supreme Courts of Wyoming and Idaho and has authored numerous appellate memoranda in the United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Supreme Courts of Wyoming and Idaho, and the Hawaii Intermediate Court of Appeals.
Ms. Mandraccia joined the Grasso Law Firm upon her return to the State of Arizona from Hawaii, where she served as a legislative attorney and garnished further experience related to matters involving advocacy of children with developmental disabilities, procedural rights involving our United States service members, and consumer disputes.
Ms. Mandraccia has been admitted to practice before the Courts of Arizona, Hawaii, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. She has practiced before the Superior Courts of Arizona and the United States District Court, District of Arizona. She has experience in all facets of civil litigation, including arbitrations, discovery, dispositive motions, trial preparation, trials, and appeals.