Jennifer was born in Mobile, Alabama and grew up on Dauphin Island, Alabama. Early in life, she knew that she wanted to be an attorney to help others. Jennifer graduated from Mobile Christian High School. She then attended and graduated from University of Mobile, after which she attended law school at Faulkner University's Thomas G. Jones School of Law.
Jennifer was a solo practioner in Mobile from 2006 until January 2016, when she joined another firm, until 2019. She practiced in the areas of criminal, juvenile, domestic relations and probate law. Jennifer has been a guardian ad litem, representing children and incapacitated adults, as well as a certified mediator.
In April of 2019, Jennifer joined the Veterans' Disablity section of Gardberg and Kemmerly. She is accredited by the Board of Veterans' Appeals, Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and is a member of the National Organization of Veterans Advocates. Jennifer handles Veterans' disability claims, including service connection, rating increases, DIC claims and total individual unemployability. Jennifer handles cases at the VA, Board of Veterans' Appeal and Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
Areas of Practice
- Veterans' Disability 100%
- Alabama, 2006
- U.S. District Court Southern District of Alabama, 2019
- U.S. Court of Veterans Appeals, 2019
- Faulkner University, Jones School of Law, Montgomery, Alabama
- Juris Doctorate - 2006
- University of Mobile
- B.A. - 2001
Professional Associations and Memberships
- National Organization of Veterans Advocates, Member, 2019 to Present
- State of Alabama Bar Association, Member, 2019 to Present
Pro Bono Activities
- Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of South Alabama, American Cancer Society, Chair, 2020 to 2021
- Making Strides Agaisnt Breast Cancer of South Alabama, Co-Chair, 2019 to 2020