Jennifer Jackson

Jennifer grew up moving around the United States and in Singapore. She earned a BS in Marketing and a BA in History from the University of Utah before earning her JD at Arizona State University. Beyond living in various states and Southeast Asia, she studied abroad in Spain, at Cambridge University in England, and took part in a law school exchange program at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. While in law school, Jennifer was a legal intern with ON Semiconductor’s General Counsel, a judicial extern with Maricopa County’s Juvenile Court, and a participant in Arizona State University’s Immigration Law and Policy Clinic.

After passing the Utah Bar, Jennifer completed a fellowship with Catholic Community Services’ assisting refugees with their immigration legal concerns. She has taken part in the Domestic Academy, a pro bono training program, through Utah Legal Services focusing on family law issues of victims of domestic violence. Jennifer is also a ghostwriter of law blogs, primarily regarding employment issues, for various law firm websites.

Jennifer enjoys skiing, snow shoeing, and watching films and college and professional football.