Jennifer teaches Criminal Law & Procedure; Legal Technology; Legal Ethics; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Introduction to Law; Family Law; Contracts; Women and the Law; Evidence; and Introduction to the Paralegal Profession.
Jennifer holds a BA and MA from WKU and a JD from the University of Kentucky College of Law. She has previously been in private law practice and served as a prosecuting attorney in Bowling Green. She has taught Crime Theory & Causes at the University of Colorado at Denver. Jennifer also serves on the WKU Library Advisory Council.