Jasmine Hale is a veteran community association attorney with over 17 years of experience. She provides wide ranging services including governing document analysis, preparing restatements of CC&Rs and Bylaws, drafting legal opinions, conducting contract negotiations, guiding successful votes for and implementations of special and emergency assessments, coordinating capital improvement funding, and providing general counsel for Board governance. Ms. Hale has successfully litigated matters for clients ranging from enforcement actions to employee disputes, and everything in between. She also has attended numerous mediations and assisted clients in navigating Fair Housing matters on the state and federal levels. Ms. Hale also specializes in employment law and has prepared employee handbooks, conducted numerous employment investigations, and drafted employment and severance agreements.
Ms. Hale is a Fellow of the prestigious College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL). She is an instructor for California Association of Community Managers (CACM) and has helped train and certify managers for over a decade. Ms. Hale is a frequent author and speaker for Community Associations Institute (CAI), CCAL, and CACM conferences and publications. Ms. Hale serves on the CAI North Chapter's legislative support committee (LSC) as its Vice Chair and is very active in helping to shape effective legislation for community associations. In 2017 Ms. Hale was awarded the Diane Doria Volunteer of the Year and in 2018 Ms. Hale was selected as the Chair's Choice for her role in expanding and improving CAI's local legislative activities across the state.
Ms. Hale received her Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine University School of Law in 2002 along with a Certificate in Entrepreneurship and the Law that same year. In 1999, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and also Communications, with an emphasis on Rhetoric, from Baylor University.
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