Jennifer is an AV-rated personal injury attorney at Brown & Crouppen with more than 30 years of experience. Since joining Brown & Crouppen in 2018, her focus has been on representing clients who have sustained injuries as a result of automobile accidents, dangerous products, dangerous property conditions, and work-related conditions. Before joining Brown & Crouppen, Jennifer managed her own solo personal injury firm for many years, and she was a partner at a distinguished personal injury firm in St. Louis County.
Jennifer is admitted to practice law in all Missouri Courts, the Federal District of Eastern Missouri, and in Illinois. She received her law degree from Saint Louis University School of Law. Prior to law school, she graduated with a degree in History from Northwestern University.
In addition to her work at Brown & Crouppen, Jennifer has served as an instructor for the Legal Studies/Paralegal Associate Degree program at St. Louis Community College. Currently, she enjoys volunteering her time at Exceptional Equestrians, a therapeutic equestrian center for disabled children and adults. She also enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with family.
- Saint Louis University School of Law — St. Louis, Missouri
Juris Doctor, 1986
- Northwestern University — Evanston, Illinois
Bachelor of Arts, History, 1980
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
- Missouri Bar Association
- The Illinois Bar
- Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
- Women Lawyers’ Association of Greater St. Louis, President 1998-99
- Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys
- Mound City Bar Association
- The Lawyers Association of St. Louis
- Missouri Trust Account Foundation, Past President
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
- The National Trial Lawyers “Top 100 Trial Lawyers,” 2020
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