Jamie D. Wells

Jamie Wells is an attorney in the San Francisco office of Reed Smith. She is a member of the Financial Industry Group, practicing Financial Services Litigation. Her practice focuses primarily on representing financial institutions in mortgage lending-related litigations matters.

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Areas of Practice 1) Financial Industry Group and 2) Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Law School New England School of Law, J.D., 2011
Education University of California, Santa Barbara, 2007
Bar Member / Association California State Bar Association, Massachusetts State Bar Association
Most recent firm Reed Smith LLP
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