Benjamin P. Jacobs
Ben grew up in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. He received his Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School and graduated cum laude from Columbia University. Ben was the President of the Harvard American Civil Liberties Union and a student attorney at the Harvard Prison Legal Assistance Project.
Ben has broad litigation and appellate experience. He began his career at the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts as an attorney and legal fellow. In 2011, he began to work in "Big Law", when he joined the New York office of the internationally recognized law firm of Hogan Lovells, as a litigation associate. There he advised corporate clients in a variety of industries with a focus on addressing consumer finance issues for major banks, as well as franchise and regulatory issues for the automobile industry. He was responsible for a portfolio of litigated matters, including, development of case strategies, assessment of risk, discovery, extensive legal research, motion practice, appeals and oral arguments.
Ben has decided to change course and utilize his Ivy League education together with his practical legal experience representing some of the largest corporate entities in the world to help individuals who are victims of negligence, medical malpractice and products liability.
Ben is admitted to the New York and Massachusetts state bars, as well as the federal courts of the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.