Jocelyn N. Chidsey is a Florida native who joins the Eltringham Law Group with extensive experience in handling personal injury cases. After earning a B.A. in English Literature and Philosophy from Florida State University, Jocelyn worked in the health care field before pursuing a law degree at the North Carolina Central University School of Law. While studying at NCCU, Jocelyn joined the staff of the Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Law Review as an editor and was very active in the Animal Law Organization, the school’s chapter of the Animal Legal Defense Fund in which she still participates. She completed an internship with the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Butner, North Carolina where she worked with the staff there on matters involving prisoners’ legal issues. Jocelyn also received two judicial internships during her studies – she worked under Judge Lucy Inman at the North Carolina Court of Appeals and with Federal Magistrate Judge Joe Webster in the U.S. District Court’s Middle District of North Carolina. Jocelyn’s background in the healthcare industry highly assists her ability to handle personal injury cases unlike many other attorneys in her field. When she isn’t pursuing justice for the injured, Jocelyn enjoys spending time with her husband, children and dogs. She is also part of a book club and a big fan of Florida State Seminole football.