“I believe that hard work, preparation, and attention to detail are required in every task I take on.”
Jenny is an attorney in Obermayer’s Litigation Department, focusing her practice on commercial litigation.
Jenny believes that effective listening to clients’ goals and concerns along with open communication and setting realistic expectations are crucial skills for an attorney. Jenny finds she is able to make an impact through the seemingly small details by filtering through the data in search of the key pieces of evidence.
When not working, Jenny can be found at the beach, gardening, or cheering for her favorite hockey team – New Jersey Devils. Jenny also enjoys reading crime thrillers.
Jenny gained legal experience by assisting on complex litigation matters for Class I and short-line railroads, focusing on crossing accidents and real property actions. In addition to researching and preparing motions, memoranda, briefs, and pleadings, she provided legal advice to small and mid-sized businesses on legal and factual issues. Jenny also prepared witnesses and attended depositions, oral arguments, and various hearings.
During law school, while in the Civil Rights Appellate Clinic, Jenny successfully argued an appeal before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, representing a plaintiff in a failure to accommodate case under the Americans with Disabilities (ADA), which gave her valuable insight into the “behind the scenes” of employment litigation in federal court.
Jenny graduated Penn State Law summa cum laude and earned a Master’s of Arts degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology at Fairleigh Dickinson University where she also obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology cum laude.
In law school, Jenny was a recipient of the following awards:
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award – received for the highest grade in Election Law.
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award – received for highest grade in Property.