Jennifer Jensen Selected as an American Bar Association 2020 On the Rise Top 40 Young Lawyer

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that Jennifer Jensen was recognized as an American Bar Association (ABA) 2020 On the Rise – Top 40 Young Lawyer.

This national award is presented annually by the ABA Young Lawyers Division and recognizes ABA young lawyer members who exemplify a broad range of high achievement, innovation, vision, leadership, and legal and community service. A complete list of the 2020 honorees is available here.

Jenn is an associate in Holland & Hart’s commercial litigation practice and is based in the firm’s Boise office. She is actively involved in Idaho Women Lawyers, the ISB, and the ABA. In 2015, the Board of Commissioners of the ISB appointed Jenn as Idaho’s first Young Lawyer Delegate to the ABA. She was reappointed to this position in 2017 and again in 2019 for successive two-year terms. She currently serves as the ABA’s State Membership Chair for Idaho and is a member of the Resolution and Impact Review Committee. Jenn also serves as a mentor for Concordia Law students and as a discussion leader for the ISB’s Professionalism and Ethics Section-led orientation for the University of Idaho’s incoming law students alongside other mentors from the local bench and bar. Jenn also provides pro bono legal services assisting undocumented victims of domestic violence in obtaining visas.

In her legal practice, Jenn assists clients with business disputes involving breach of contract, business torts, employment discrimination, wage and hour, and other commercial claims. Through defending clients in several class action and collective action lawsuits, she has significant experience in certification and other class- and collective-action issues.


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