Jennifer is an active member of the American Bar Association’s Section of Intellectual Property Law and has been a member of its Continuing Legal Education Board since 2016. She currently serves as co-chair for the IP Section’s Annual Meeting. Additionally, Jennifer serves as vice chair of the ABA’s Copyright Division and previously chaired the ABA’s Committee on Copyright & Social Media.
In 2019, Jennifer became a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Her speaking engagements and publications address topics such as copyright permissions, online harassment, copyright fair use, and data privacy and cybersecurity. She is a regular contributor to the T©AM Today blog.
Jennifer earned her Ph.D. degree in the History of Art and taught art history at The George Washington University and American University. She received fellowships from the French Ministry of Education, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Phillips Collection, and the University of Pennsylvania. Jennifer is fluent in French.
Previous Faculty Positions
- The George Washington University – Adjunct Professor, Art History
- American University – Adjunct Professor, Art History