Jared Osborne joined Hennig Ruiz & Singh as a law clerk in May 2019. Jared assists the attorneys here at Hennig Ruiz & Singh with a variety of matters including research and discovery.
Prior to joining Hennig Ruiz & Singh, Jared spent eight years working in education as an elementary school teacher in Mississippi, Arkansas and New York. His teaching experience inspired him to attend law school at USC. During his 1L summer, Jared externed at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles in their Housing and Communities Workgroup, where He advocated on behalf of tenants and the homeless. He has also externed at the Western Center of Law and Poverty, where he gained not only legal, but also policy experience, working towards bettering the lives of low-income Californians facing issues related to health care, public benefits, and education.
Jared is a 2020 J.D. candidate at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, and received his B.A. in art history from New York University in 2009.
- University of Southern California Gould School of Law, Los Angeles, California
- J.D. - 2019
- Honors: Executive Senior Editor, Southern California Law Review
- Honors: Public Interest Scholar
- Honors: Foundation for Advocacy Inclusion & Resources (FAIR) 2019 Employee Justice Clerk
- New York University, New York, NY
- B.A. - 2009
- Major: Art History
Past Employment Positions
- Western Center on Law & Poverty, Los Angeles, CA – Law Clerk
- Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA – Law Clerk
- Quitman County Elementary School, Lambert, MS – 4th Grade Teacher
- iMentor, New York, New York – Program Coordinator