Jesse Hoyer joined James Hoyer, P.A., in 2009. She is a partner in the False Claims Act qui tam division, with a focus on education fraud. Jesse is licensed to practice in Florida state courts and the Middle District of Florida.
From 2010 through 2013, Jesse was a member of the Ferguson-White Inn of Court, an organization dedicated to fostering ethics and integrity in the legal profession that was co-founded by senior partner Judy Hoyer.
At the University of Florida, Jesse received her undergraduate degrees in Criminology (B.A., 2006) and Psychology (B.S., 2006), and her law degree with honors (J.D., 2009). In law school, Jesse focused her attention on the practice of international law and spent one summer abroad studying international business law and white collar crime in Paris and Montpellier, France. She was actively involved in the Criminal Law Society and the International Law Society. She interned in the felony division at the Public Defender’s Office, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in Tampa and conducted legal research for the Law Offices of Gilbert A. Schaffnit in Gainesville, Florida.
While at U.F., Jesse was an active, competitive horseback rider and traveler. Now that she’s back in Tampa, Jesse still enjoys being as active as possible. In 2010, she picked up distance running as a hobby. To date, she has completed more than forty half marathons and six full marathons. She’s also tried her hand at several sprint triathlons around the Tampa area. When she can squeeze some free time in between training runs, Jesse loves to watch football—especially her Gators, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Play the video below to hear Jesse describe her practice and philosophy in handling whistleblower litigation.