Jennifer is an associate in the Commercial & Public Finance practice group. She focuses her practice on commercial financing transactions involving banks and other financial institutions, as well as public and private companies, in connection with secured and unsecured credit facilities.
While in law school, Jennifer served as a student attorney through the Civil Litigation Clinic, as a pro bono extern at Mintz Levin, and as a research assistant. Prior to attending law school, Jennifer was a 2013 Teach For America corps member in San Antonio, Texas, where she taught middle school math.
- "INSIGHT: Covid-19 and Credit Markets—Key Issues for Lenders and Borrowers," Bloomberg Law, June 2020
- “New Department of Labor Final Fiduciary Rule’s Impact on the Securities Market,” Boston University School of Law Review of Banking and Financial Law, 2016
- Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
- Ohio State Bar Association