New England Law | Boston
Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office
As an undergraduate, Jacqueline Dagle went to the University of Rhode Island where she received dual degrees in English and Human Development & Family Studies and graduated summa cum laude. From an early age, Dagle knew she was interested in pursuing a career in disability law.
As an undergraduate, she interned at the Rhode Island Attorney General’s Office where she supported the domestic violence and child abuse unit. This experience inspired her interest in the intersection between disability and sexual violence law and policy. As she moves forward with her professional interests, Dagle’s goal is to use her knowledge and experiences to uplift her community through advocacy, aimed at improving communal accessibility. Over the summer of 2021 the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office.