Breanne (Reguly) Jacobs is our youngest partner at Bond Legal and joined our firm as a law clerk shortly after graduating from law school. She is admitted to practice law in California, Florida, Minnesota, North Dakota, and the District of Columbia. Her practice focuses exclusively on catastrophic injury cases, representing injured parties and their families. Breanne.
Breanne obtained her Juris Doctor at Chapman University, Dale E. Fowler School of Law, in 2017. With a passion for many things, she emphasized in Entertainment Law and Business Law. While attending Chapman, she served as a student ambassador, elected student representative for the Student Bar Association, chair member of the Academics Committee, co-founder of the student organization S.L.A.T.E. (Students of Law Against Trafficking and Exploitation), and President of the Public Interest Law Foundation where she raised the most money at their annual Gala to date.
Breanne has always had a passion for serving others, low-income individuals, victims of abuse or violence, elderly in need, and of course, injured plaintiffs. While in law school, she clerked for the Orange County District Attorney’s Office in both the Sexual Assault Unit and the Human Exploitation & Trafficking Unit (H.E.A.T.) and volunteered at the Alona Cortese Elder Law Center.
Before law school and as a San Diego County native, Breanne attended the University of San Diego, where she earned a Bachelor of Business Administration with a focus in Marketing and minor in Anthropology. She is a proud Alpha Chi Omega alum!
Outside of work, Breanne enjoys traveling, online shopping, and spending time with her family and new hubby Tim.