Jennifer is an attorney with a focus in family law and immigration law. In her family law practice, Jennifer represents clients in a variety of litigation and mediation cases, including divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support, and property division. In her immigration law practice, she has a strong focus on political asylums, U‑Visas, and VAWAS. She regularly attends legal conferences and seminars to stay current on the latest developments in both fields.
Prior to joining Boardman Clark, Jennifer established the Non-Profit Consulting Group, wherein she collaborated with NGOs and the African Bank of Development to further social justice and human rights issues in the Middle East. Her extensive research on human trafficking abuse has given her a distinctive perspective on civil and human rights issues.
Jennifer is actively involved in the Madison community and serves on the Board of Directors for the Madison Children’s Museum. Additionally, she is a member of the Sister City Committee for the City of Madison and serves as the Madison Representative for Cusco, Peru where she furthers economic and political collaboration between Cusco and Madison. She’s also on the Art and Wine Auction committee for Tandem Press at the University of Wisconsin.
Admitted to Practice
- Wisconsin State Bar
- EOIR United States Immigration Court
Community Involvement & Board Memberships
- Madison Children's Museum, Board of Directors, 2019-Present
- Board Chair, 2020-2023
- Chair for Executive Director Search Committee, 2023-Present
- Sister City Committee, Madison Representative for Cusco, Peru
- Committee for Wine and Art Auction Tandem Press at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
- J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School, American University of Cairo
- B.A., Political Science, International Relations, and Art History, American University and Saint Norbert College