Devin Jacobsen joined Binder & Malter, LLP in August of 2020. Mr. Jacobsen was admitted to the California Bar in February 2016 after graduating, cum laude, from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Mr. Jacobsen’s practice includes creditor and debtor representation, litigation, and bankruptcy.
Mr. Jacobsen received his Bachelor of Arts from San Jose State University in Sociology, with a minor in Justice Studies, in 2011. As an undergraduate, he was a member of Alpha Kappa Delta Honors Society, and Golden Key International Honors Society. During law school, Mr. Jacobsen was the recipient of a number of awards, including Witkin Awards in Business Associations, Wills and Trusts, Controlled Substances Law, and Critical Race Theory. Additionally, Mr. Jacobsen served as a Teacher’s Assistant for Wills and Trusts, Business Associations, and Torts. When not attending class, Mr. Jacobsen worked as a Certified Legal Intern for the Orange County, and San Diego County, Offices of the Public Defender.
Before Joining Binder & Malter, LLP, Devin Jacobsen was an associate attorney at the Law Offices of Hunt & Henriques, where he specialized in debt collection, state court litigation, and banking compliance. Mr. Jacobsen represented Bank of America, J.P Morgan Chase, Capital One, and Citibank. Additionally, Mr. Jacobsen worked for Target, Macy’s Department Store, and debt purchasers such as Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC, and Midland Funding, LLC. While working for Hunt & Henriques, Mr. Jacobsen also volunteered for the Record Clearance Project of San Jose State University, assisting his pro bono clients in securing employment by expunging their criminal records.
Mr. Jacobsen is a member of Congressman Don Edwards Inns of Court. During his free time, Mr. Jacobsen enjoys hiking, surfing, gardening, literature, film, and playing the guitar.
J.D., Thomas Jefferson School of Law
B.A., San Jose State University
USDC: Northern District Of California
National Creditors Bar Association
Congressman Don Edwards Inns of Court
Insolvency Law Committee
Represented several of the major banks and financial institutions, won hundreds of judgments at trial, or through dispositive motion practice.
Negotiated tens of thousands of settlement agreements with consumers to resolve their delinquent credit card debt.
Counseled large financial institutions regarding strict compliance with evolving consumer protection legislation.