Jennifer is a partner at Waldrep LLP. Prior to starting at the firm, she was an associate at Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP, focusing on corporate Chapter 11 representations and related state court debtor-creditor representations. Jennifer has represented secured creditors, distressed businesses, unsecured creditors’ committees, and trustees in business bankruptcy cases. She has also represented buyers and sellers of assets in bankruptcy. Jennifer has also counseled clients in complex civil litigation. Her civil litigation experience includes officers and directors' liability, personal injury, premises liability, wrongful death, and professional negligence defense.
In addition, Jennifer has significant pro bono experience, particularly in helping domestic violence victims obtain 50-B protection orders, working with Legal Aid of North Carolina. She also regularly represents parents of children abducted and taken into the United States in Hague Convention cases and has helped a victim of religious persecution in Burma obtain asylum in the United States.