– UW Law School JD, American University of Cairo.
– American University, Saint Norbert College B.A. Political Science International Relations and Art History.
– Wisconsin State Bar
Before joining Oasis Legal Group, Jennifer founded the Non-Profit Consulting Group, where she focused on human rights work in the Middle East, partnering with Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) and the African Bank of Development. Jennifer’s work involved heavy research in human trafficking abuse, where she advanced social justice and human rights issues for several years. Specifically, she advised both domestic and foreign non-profits on legal issues, public relations strategies, and sustainable financial strategies.
Jennifer’s work in non-profit law has given her the opportunity to understand an array of civil and human rights issues. This skill and understanding has led to a focus on family and immigration law litigation here in Madison, WI.
A longtime Wisconsin resident, Jennifer attended the University of Wisconsin Law School and has become very involved in the Madison community. Jennifer is a chair on the Board of Directors for the Madison Children’s Museum, Board of Directors for Preschool of The Arts, and is involved with Tandem Press at the University of Wisconsin.
In her own words
Empowering survivors and ensuring meaningful access to the legal system are deeply important to me. My background in social justice and human rights has made me strongly empathetic to disenfranchised populations. It has encouraged me to seek practical and legal remedies to help the challenged, disadvantaged, endangered, and hurting to feel safer and more empowered.
I care about my community and want to leverage my professional expertise to further assist the people seeking our services, I look forward to collaboration and our collective effort in making the world better today than it was yesterday.