EducationAppalachian School of Law and University of Tennessee College of Law, Juris Doctorate, 2009 East Tennessee State University Honors College, Bachelors of Science, Political Science and Biology, 2006 University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, Politics and Environmental Studies, 2005
Legal and Professional AssociationsVice President – The Rescue for PTSD
InnerCircle Mastermind – Co-Founder and Co-Chair
Colorado Trial Lawyers Association – Board Member, Seminar Committee, and Co-Chair of Blockbuster Conference Committee
Co-Chair of Women’s Trial Lawyer Network and Co-Chair of Open Forum
Colorado Bar Association Leadership Training Graduate
Denver Bar Association
Colorado Bar Association
American Association for Justice
National Trial Lawyers
HonorsLaw Week’s Barrister’s Best Civil Litigator in the State of Colorado 2020
Colorado Trial Lawyer’s Association’s New Trial Lawyer of the Year 2020
Super Lawyers Rising Star – 2022
Jennifer is the Owner and Managing Partner of the Colorado Office of Queener Law. She is originally from the Great Smoky Mountains of Knoxville, Tennessee and is now a proud Denverite.
Jennifer has practiced in four federal courts, over thirty-five counties, and has argued before the Court of Appeals. She has been named Law Week’s Barrister’s Best Civil Litigator in the State of Colorado and the New Trial Lawyer of the Year shortly after joining the Colorado Bar. She has been published in Lexis Nexis Expert Commentary and holds a record jury verdict for punitive damages in a commercial trucking collision case.
Jennifer prides herself on being a trial attorney and on her focus on litigation. She and her team primarily represent clients injured in premises liability and commercial trucking collisions. Additionally, Jennifer acts as a consulting expert for her colleagues in the areas of client and witness preparation and discovery and Rule 30(b)(6) depositions.
Jennifer’s true love, though, is her four-legged children. She and her partner Andrew have three of their own and regularly foster and train service dogs in her role as Vice President of the Rescue for PTSD, a non-profit that rescues dogs and trains them to provide to Veterans free of charge.