Jacqueline E. Groccia, a rising senior at The George Washington University, is a Paralegal and Legal Assistant at the Law Office of Lewis J. Saret. Joining the firm in February 2017, Ms. Groccia has had experience working closely with clients on their estate planning as well as assisting with organizational functions of the office.
Ms. Groccia is pursuing a bachelor of arts in Criminal Justice with a minor in Geography. She is also an Associate Editor for the Wealth Strategies Journal, posting articles relating to estate taxes and wealth management. Prior to working for the Law Office of Lewis J. Saret, Ms. Groccia has held diverse internship positions, several in Government Offices in Washington, DC. She was a Clerical Trainee for the Office of General Counsel at the Federal Bureau of Prisons, a Communications Assistant at the Institute of Communitarian Policy Studies as well as a Congressional Intern for Congresswoman Kristi Noem. She also assisted the Court Clerk, Judges, and Town Attorneys at the Eastchester Court.
Jacqueline is currently conducting an independent research project to investigate effects of U.S. immigration policy. In addition to academics, Ms. Groccia is the Director of Public Relations and Marketing for the GW Chapter of the Student Alliance for Prison Reform and will be a Co-President in the Fall of 2017. Jacqueline enjoys working in a legal office and is excited to pursue a J.D in the near future.
Activities and Organizations:
- Wealth Strategies Journal (Associate Editor)
- The George Washington University Chapter of the Student Alliance for Prison Reform (Director of Public Relations and Marketing)