Jennifer studied at U.C. Davis King Hall School of Law, earning a Juris Doctorate degree in 1996. While at Davis, she served as a staff editor on the U.C. Davis Law Review, won numerous honors through trial and moot court competitions, and was named into the Order of Barristers. Jennifer also attended U.C. Berkeley, graduating in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography and a minor in City and Regional Planning. After almost ten years as a Deputy Attorney General and receiving two Attorney General’s Awards along the way, Jennifer returned to the private sector, where she now brings her knowledge of government and environmental law to help with private and governmental disputes.
Jennifer frequently speaks at seminars and volunteers regularly in the community. She fundraises for several educational non-profit corporations, has taught high school students about our appellate court system, and volunteers for law student competitions.