Jennifer is an associate attorney in the firm’s litigation department, specifically focusing on complex commercial litigation. A proud Miami native and a “double Gator,” she graduated from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2019 and the University of Florida in 2016, where she received bachelor’s degrees in English and Political Science.
During her time in law school, Jennifer served as an editor for the University of Florida Journal of Law of Public Policy and was an active member of the Florida Moot Court Team, with which she placed highly in several moot court competitions. She also received the highest grades in her Constitutional Law and Trial Practice courses and placed on the Dean’s List every semester.
Prior to joining the firm, Jennifer worked as a judicial extern for the Criminal Division of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida and as an intern for Justice Robert J. Luck at the Third District Court of Appeal. She also worked with the Restoration of Civil Rights Project, the Ask a Lawyer Project, and the Alachua County Humane Society.
She joined Carey Rodriguez as a summer law clerk in 2018 and joined our team as an associate following her graduation from law school.