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A member of the firm’s Corporate and Tech Groups, Jennifer’s practice focuses on transactions for both established and emerging companies. Her experience includes formation, financing, dissolution, mergers and acquisitions, and ICOs.
While studying law at University of California, Berkeley, Jennifer participated in the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic, for which she helped draft an amicus brief for the Oracle v. Google case and researched issues such as how copyright law applies to free internet databases. She also served on the Board of Directors of the Women in Tech Law group, a student-led organization that strives to recruit, support, and empower women who are interested in pursuing technology law.
Jennifer previously interned at a large software company where she worked with in-house counsel analyzing customer agreements, conducting comparative research on business impact and legal risk in privacy and compliance matters, upcoming product lines, company policies, and potential markets; and assisting with corporate governance projects and trademark searches.
A former Lowenstein summer associate, Jennifer is fluent in Mandarin and conversationally proficient in French.