Claire Sundstrom is a dual citizen of both France and the United States, and she speaks both languages with native proficiency. Ms. Sundstrom has worked extensively within the legal field in both Europe and the United States. Her international work has focused primarily upon human trafficking issues in Bordeaux, France; Washington, D.C.; Silver Spring, Maryland; and Orlando, Florida. In the United States, Ms. Sundstrom is a member of the bar and authorized to practice law in the following jurisdictions: Florida, Minnesota, and the District of Columbia.
Before becoming an associate at Jackson Law International, Ms. Sundstrom served as Assistant State Attorney for Orange County, Florida, litigating criminal cases from intake through trial. Her subsequent work with nonprofit organizations has been considerable, the primary focus extending to the protection of victims of domestic violence, stalking, and sexual violence. She also volunteers her services to Coalition for the Homeless, focusing upon immigration disputes. Ms. Sundstrom also served as Human Trafficking Coordinator for the Department of Juvenile Justice in Tallahassee, Florida, and assisted the Police Nationale de France Bordeaux with human trafficking victim support during her law school years. She graduated from Florida State University (FSU) College of Law in 2016, and received her Global Financial Crisis Certificate from Yale University in 2020. She is currently expected to receive her MBA from the University of Florida in August, 2020.
Ms. Sundstrom has taken her prior experience focusing upon victim’s rights and applied it in the civil court system to seeking redress on behalf of clients in personal injury and wrongful death litigation, as well as consumers in breach of contract and fraud matters.