Jennifer started her practice in defense of medical malpractice and personal injury claims before representing injured people and consumers. She loves to research and write and has a particular passion for advocacy.
Jennifer grew up in Florida, but speaks Italian fluently after many years of living in Florence, Italy. She graduated cum laude from the University of Florida Levin College of Law with her juris doctorate and cum laude from Florida State University with a bachelors in history with minors in Psychology, Italian Studies, and Political Science. She is a member of the Order of the Coif. While in law school, Jennifer was President of the Trial Team, an Articles Editor on the Journal of Law & Public Policy, a member of Jessup Moot Court, President of the Association of Public Interest Law, and an executive officer of several other organizations. As an undergrad, she competed successfully on both the Debate Team and Model United Nations team, earning both individual and team awards. She is driven to contribute to her community and gives back to charities throughout the state of Florida.