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Jacquelyn Mascetti


Jacquelyn Mascetti joined Herman Katz Cangemi & Clyne, LLP in 2013. Prior to joining HKCC, she gained valuable experience at a boutique firm in Manhattan where she was involved in all phases of complex commercial litigation, insurance coverage issues, corporate investigations and white-collar and regulatory defense matters. During law school, Jacquelyn interned for The Hon. Anthony F. Marano, Supreme Court Justice and Administrative Judge of Nassau County.

She is admitted to practice before the courts in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

Prior to attending law school, Jacquelyn worked at a large hedge fund and a university.

Education and Honors

Jacquelyn received her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from St. John’s University Law School (2011); a Master of Business Administration from the McCallum Graduate School of Business, Bentley College (2007); and a Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, from Bentley College (2004).

While in law school, she was the Associate Managing Editor of the American Bankruptcy Institute of Law Review, co-chair of the Public Interest Committee, and a senior staff member of the Moot Court Honors Society. Jacquelyn earned several national moot court competition awards, including Winner, Best Oralist, and Second Best Petitioner’s Brief at the 2010 Fordham Law School Irving R. Kaufman Memorial Securities Law Moot Court Competition. Jacquelyn was also an Academic Achievement Award Recipient and received CALI Excellence for the Future Awards for Business Administration, Professional Responsibility, and Appellate Advocacy.

Jacquelyn has published two articles: The Fifth Circuit Clarifies Who May Bring a Violation of the Automatic Stay, ABI Bankruptcy Litigation Committee Newsletter, Vol. 8 No. 1 (Feb. 2011); Going for Broke in the Music Industry: Aligning the Code with the Interests of Recording Artists, Note, 19 Am. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev. 185 (2011).

Professional Memberships

Jacquelyn is a member of the New York Bar Association, New York City Bar Association, Nassau County Bar Association, Suffolk County Bar Association, the Long Island Builders Institute (LIBI), and the Columbian Lawyers’ Association of Nassau County.