Jasmine Fields' personal mission is to empower people to live a better today through education, coaching and accountability. In the practice of law, her goal is to hold those who have wronged someone accountable and help restore hope in the new normal of her clients.
Prior to joining DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers, Jasmine was a Victim Advocate at the Kansas DUI Impact Center where she lived out her mission by supporting victims through cases and helping them create their new normal with support group activities. This type of advocacy was consistent with Jasmine's over 10 years of advocacy for others through various organizations such as the NAACP.
Jasmine is the youngest of four children born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. She earned her undergraduate degree and certificate at Missouri Western State University in three years. During her time there, she met her future husband, a United States sailor by the name of Moses. Jasmine received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law where she was the Chief Justice of the Board of Barristers. Jasmine also was a member of the Mock Trial Team and was one of few students to progress into the Advanced Litigation program at UMKC. Jasmine is licensed to practice law in Kansas and the United State District Court for the District of Kansas.
Currently, Jasmine volunteers with the Midwest Innocence Project. She is also a member of the Kansas Bar Association, the Wichita Bar Association, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, and Wichita Urban Professionals. She practices Krav Maga (martial arts) where she is working toward her next color belt. Jasmine's favorite day of the week is Sunday, because she gets to start the day with church, watch football with the family, and plan and prepare for another great week advocating for people.