At 16, Jessica Dean was competing for a debate team. Discussions with her coach led her to focus hard on her college education, getting her to Boston University. She worked hard with other students in law school, creating partnerships that would benefit her later.
After graduating from Boston University, she ended up moving to Dallas. She started her legal career by recording depositions for those hurt by their employer or the medical system. As she won cases, Jessica Dean felt like she had a moral responsibility to keep helping others in the legal system.
Three years later, Jessica Dean moved on to a law firm that handled cases of mesothelioma. This law firm is where she would learn about the seriousness of asbestos in workplaces, working with clients to receive the money they need for treatment.
Today, Jessica Dean runs a law firm with a few partners from law school. She has kept focusing on mesothelioma cases, working harder to represent more people around the country. She even has been admitted to the state bar of both California and Pennsylvania, expanding her legal work outside of Texas. Publications like the National Law Journal and Texas Super Lawyers have publicly awarded her in the last few years.