Jennifer received her BA in sociology, with a minor in government, from The University of Texas at Austin. She graduated from South Texas College of Law in Houston with her J.D. in May 2014. “I guess I’ve always been curious about the ways people work together, or, as sometimes is the case, don’t,” says Jennifer. “In that light, law was a natural fit for me. I’m especially interested in the mediation process. As a certified–and experienced–mediator, I’ve seen the advantages of bringing people together to solve problems, rather than resorting to litigation. I also believe strongly in the power of open communication. I learned early on that candor with the other side builds trust between attorneys and is always beneficial to clients.”
Jennifer is a member of the Texas State Bar, Houston Bar Association, and Houston Young Lawyers Association. Child custody and child support matters are Jennifer’s primary focus, but she also has valuable experience in complex property division. She is currently writing a paper for publication on ethical investigations.
Jennifer says, “I know what an honor it is for any young attorney to be chosen by KoonsFuller. I already have a track record here that I’m proud of, and I see each day, each case, and each client as an opportunity to demonstrate how delighted I am to be a part of KoonsFuller’s all-star Houston team.”
Newly married, Jennifer spends her time away from work building a life with her husband Evan.
- South Texas College of Law, J.D. (2014)
- The University of Texas at Austin, B.A. in Sociology; Minor in Government
- Texas State Bar-Member
- Houston Bar Association – Member
- Houston Young Lawyers Association – Member
- Reviewit Magazine Top Lawyers (2018)