• Labor and Employment
  • Government Liability and Civil Rights Defense
  • Education Law
  • Religious Entities and Non-Profits


  • Juris Doctor, Rutgers-Camden School of Law
  • Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, Minor in Finance, Immaculata University


  • The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania


  • Member, Chi Sigma Iota-Beta Mu Chapter, Counseling Honors Society
  • Recipient of the 2001 Foster Scholarship



Jessica H. Freid is a 2004 graduate of Immaculata University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration with a Minor in Finance. Upon receiving her undergraduate degree, Jessica began pursuing a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology with School Psychology certification. While working on her Masters, Jessica was recruited by Rutgers-Camden School of Law to participate in a Law School Pilot Program.

Jessica graduated from Rutgers-Camden School of Law in 2010, where she was a volunteer for the Rutgers Street Law Pro Bono Project and was also an Associate Notes Editor for the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion.


During law school, Jessica interned in the Rutgers-Camden Civil Practice Clinic and the Advanced Civil Practice Clinic. Jessica continued to represent her client as a volunteer at the Civil Practice and prevailed in the Chancery Division of the New Jersey Superior Court. Jessica also externed for Justice James J. Fitzgerald, III of the PA Superior Court, where she drafted circulars and opinions in addition to researching law. Then she interned for the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office in both district and municipal courts. Later Jessica worked as a summer law clerk for the Honorable Kevin Kelly of the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas, where she focused on legal research and writing.

After clerking for Judge Kelly, Jessica worked for the Defenders Association of Philadelphia, where she was recognized for her research on a national publication regarding juvenile justice issues.

Prior to joining the firm, Jessica worked at a boutique special education law firm, Batchis Nestle & Reimann LLC, where she represented parents on behalf of their children in special education matters with Pennsylvania School Districts and Charter Schools. While working at the special education law firm, Jessica also assisted in a federal civil rights case in the Middle District of Pennsylvania, where some of her responsibilities included final prep of witnesses, managing all aspects of trial logistics and extensive research.

Jessica joined The MacMain Law Group in January 2018.