Jennine Nwoko is an associate in MG+M's Los Angeles office, where her practice focuses on complex civil litigation. Prior to joining MG+M, Jennine worked as a litigation associate at a local law firm, specializing in products liability and personal injury. Before working as a litigation associate, she gained litigation experience as a law clerk at a defense firm, engaging in complex civil litigation on a variety of claims including construction and surety law.
Jennine received her J.D. from Loyola Law School in 2017. During her time in law school, she completed the Corporate Law Concentration, was the Executive Editor of the flagship law review journal, Loyola Law School of Los Angeles Law Review, and was event co-chair of the Public Interest Law Foundation. During law school, she was a judicial extern for the Honorable Richard L. Fruin of the Los Angeles Superior Court. Jennine earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Jennine is admitted to practice law in the State of California. She is fluent in Finnish, Swedish, and French (conversational).
At Loyola, Jennine participated in the International Human Rights Clinic, in which she prepared a report to the United Nations and visited Trinidad to interview migrants and immigration officials. Additionally, Jennine served on the Student Advisory Committee for the Career Development Center, as an Admissions Student Ambassador, and as an executive board member of the Business Law Society, and the Black Law Students Association.