Jalese DeBiasi is a new attorney with Flood Law. She first joined the firm as a law clerk where she prepared motions, briefs and legal memoranda for a variety of complex legal issues including civil, criminal and appellate law. After being admitted to the Michigan Bar in November 2015, Ms. DeBiasi accepted an offer to continue her work with Flood Law as an associate attorney.
Before joining Flood Law, Jalese DeBiasi, born and raised in Allen Park, attended the University Of Detroit Mercy Law School where she graduated with honors in May 2015. During her time in law school, Jalese was a quarter-finalist of the G. Mennen Williams Moot Court competition, Semi-finalist in the Patrick A. Keenan Moot Court Competition, and was a junior member of the Moot Court Board of Advocates.
In addition to her studies, Jalese completed the Criminal Trial Clinic at the 35th District Court in Plymouth, Michigan, where she was able to go on the record under the supervision of Rich Krisciunas. Jalese also had the opportunity to be a Judicial Intern for the U.S. District Court Judge Stephen J. Murphy, III. On top of interning, she also clerked at Rutledge Manion, before joining Flood Law.
Prior to law school, Jalese studied and enjoyed playing soccer at Spring Arbor University and eventually transferred to Wayne State University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. Jalese hopes to use her knowledge and skills to aid in the area of Criminal Law, as her father, David DeBiasi, has done great things in his law enforcement career.