Jaclyn E. Broudy
Jaclyn Broudy is a proud graduate of Florida International University College of Law. While in law school, Jaclyn served as president of The FIU Law Trial Team, was a member of the FIU Law Moot Court team, and was one of two Florida Bar Governors in her class representing The Florida Bar Law Student Division. Jaclyn was also a Pro Bono Service Medallion Recipient, as well as the recipient of the Joseph A. Reyes Scholarship for outstanding service to the Public Defender’s Office. As a member of the trial team, Jaclyn and her team won first place at The Florida Bar Chester Bedell Memorial Mock Trial Competition, and she also received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in White Collar Crime, which recognizes academic excellence and is awarded to a single student in the course who receives the highest grade.
During law school, Jaclyn interned for the Broward County Public Defender’s Office in the Death Penalty division, and then clerked for the Honorable Judge Michael I. Rothschild in the Broward County Circuit Court Criminal Division. She was a Certified Legal Intern at the Broward County Public Defender’s Office working on all first degree felony cases during her second year of law school, and then went on to the West Palm Beach Public Defender’s Office working in the misdemeanor crimes division. Jaclyn is currently a member of the Young Lawyer’s Section of The Florida Bar, and a member of the Criminal Law Section.
Prior to attending law school, Jaclyn earned her Bachelor’s degree from Florida Atlantic University where she was involved in Student Government and was elected by the FAU student body as Speaker of the House of Representatives, and graduated magna cum laude as a double major in both French and Italian Language with a Spanish minor. Jaclyn speaks all three languages fluently. In her spare time, she is a volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.
Jaclyn’s practice is focused on state and federal criminal defense, and she is licensed to practice law in all circuit and county courts in the State of Florida, as well as federally in the Southern District of Florida and Northern District of Florida.