Jennifer brings a variety of litigation experience to Fishel Downey Albrecht & Riepenhoff LLP. She has represented individuals, businesses and local governments in the areas of employment law, civil rights, construction, property and commercial litigation.
After obtaining her undergraduate degree, Jennifer worked as a Spanish interpreter/translator for a Nashville immigration law firm. This experience inspired her to become an attorney.
As a practicing attorney, Jennifer continues to recognize the importance of giving back to the community. Jennifer has provided pro bono legal counsel to distressed homeowners through Ohio’s Save the Dream foreclosure project as well as fulfilled the role of CASA Guardian Ad Litem for cases involving child abuse, neglect and dependency. Jennifer has also served as the President of OhioHealth’s Elizabeth Blackwell Center Service Board, a group dedicated to raising funds and awareness to bolster wellness resources available to families and children throughout Ohio.
Prior to her graduation from law school, Jennifer founded the Volunteer Student Law Project, a pro bono organization that pairs law students with practicing attorneys to provide representation to the underprivileged. In addition to being awarded the CALI Award for Excellence in Civil Trial Practice, Jennifer also received the distinguished Pro Bono Award.