Jeanine Howard is a native of Hartford, Connecticut, where she was born and raised. Her interest in law was sparked in 8th grade after writing a paper on the late Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall. Ms. Howard carried this interest through high school and into college, where she was a Legal Studies in Business Major at Temple University’s Fox School of Business in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As a Legal Studies in Business major, half her undergraduate coursework was law-based with a business background.
After graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Ms. Howard attended Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware. While at Widener, Ms. Howard continued her involvement with BLSA each year of Law School, serving as the Student Bar Association Rep her first year, Secretary her second, and President her third. She also served as the MABLSA Philadelphia Sub-regional Director her third year as well.
After spending most of her law school career as an intern at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, Ms. Howard was offered a position as a Philadelphia Assistant District Attorney. She is currently assigned to the South Division Bureau, the same bureau where she served as an intern, and is responsible for prosecuting crimes that occur in South Philadelphia.
Please email any questions you may have to Jeanine Howard.