Jacquelyn Ruffin, a Ventura resident, is now a partner at Myers, Widders, Gibson, Jones & Feingold, LLP. Ms. Ruffin joined the firm as an associate in 2012 and her practice areas include Education Law, where she represents school districts and serves as general counsel. She also advises nonprofit businesses on business formation, drafting governing documents and providing information about board member responsibilities.
Ms. Ruffin is President of Black Lawyers of Ventura County and serves on the Boards of the Ventura County Bar Association and Women Lawyers of Ventura County. Prior to law school, she served with the AmeriCorps National Service Program and the United Nations Development Fund for Women of West Africa.
“Jacquelyn is a great asset to our clients, the community and to Myers Widders” stated Kelton Lee Gibson, Managing Partner at Myers Widders. “Her knowledge and legal practice in education law, nonprofit representation and business matters makes her an integral addition to our firm, which has been serving clients since 1971. We are honored to have Jacquelyn as our partner.”