Jasmine R. Little focuses her practice on labor and employment matters.

Jasmine’s background includes representing single plaintiffs in wrongful termination claims in North Carolina state courts. She also has first-chair experience practicing before the North Carolina Division of Employment Security Commission, where she handled unemployment claims, and she has appeared before the Social Security Administration.

During law school, Jasmine externed at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina. She also interned with the Charlotte City Attorney’s Office and Wake Forest University School of Law Innocence and Justice Clinic.

Professional & Community Affiliations

Education Co-Chair

New Lawyers Division

North Carolina Advocates for Justice



Recipient, Dean Suzanne Reynolds Award

Sales, Leases, Transactions, and International Sales; Legal Analysis Writing IV, Race and the Law

Wake Forest University School of Law


Speaking Engagements

2022 Carolinas Regional Employer Conference

Charlotte, NC

September 8, 2022

Moderator, Virtual Roundtable

North Carolina Advocates for Justice, New Lawyers Division

April 2022

Trial by Fire

North Carolina Advocates for Justice, Diversity and Inclusion Program

November 2019


  • J.D., Wake Forest University School of Law, 2019
  • B.S., East Carolina University, 2016magna cum laude

Bar Admission

North Carolina
South Carolina