She specializes in the following fields of marketing writing: SEO, internet marketing, blogging, article writing, content creation, social media, conversion rate optimization, and branding.
She also specializes in the following areas of law: contract law, personal injury, business law, paralegal, estate planning, probate, transactions, mergers and acquisitions, health care malpractice defense, subrogation, insurance law, criminal law, and white collar crimes.
Jennifer's favorite activities are writing, skiing, hiking, and golfing. She loves studying the law and describes herself as a life-long learner and an open book.
- Graduated Summa Cum Laude
- French club president
- Student radio D.J.
Online program dedicated to legal excellence for firm support staff.
Metaphysical college dedicated to the study of one's relationship with the physical world.
Jennifer has been a paralegal for nearly 10 years. Her keen sense and knowledge of legal issues has pushed her outside of the traditional law firm setting and into the ability to write for the legal industry full time.
Jennifer has over 10 years of experience in marketing, both online and offline. She got her start as a bright and engaged marketing student at the University of Montana. Her academic adviser and mentor was a former global marketing manager for a Fortune 100 company. After her education, she was hired as the Marketing Director for a local symphony orchestra. Later in her career, Jennifer was introduced to internet marketing through the friendship of a life coach. She was extremely excited marketing results could be measured, and the rest was history.
Jennifer's first online job was that of a blog writer. Like a fool, she agreed to write 100 articles in 72 hours about credit cards and payday advances at $20 a pop. Boy has she come a long way baby. There is one thing that never changed: her drive to meet expectation and beat the deadline.
Jennifer has contracted with a few law firms and independent storytellers to bring their vision into fruition. She has typically written 'how-to' type guides and would be comfortable branching out into different styles.