- News and Articles
- Firm wins jury trial in undue influence case
- Co-author, “Consumer Protection in the United States: An Overview.” Unfair Commercial Practices: The long road to harmonized law enforcement. Ed. Thihamer Toth, Budapest 2014.
- Women in Listed Derivatives, Chicago Bar Association, Women’s Bar Association of Illinois
- Loyola Young Alumni Events Committee
- Loyola University Chicago School of Law, JD
- Johns Hopkins University, BA (International Studies)
Jennifer Fair is an associate with the firm focusing on securities regulation and litigation as well as commercial litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Jennifer was an Honors Intern at the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and a summer extern with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
While in law school, Jennifer gained valuable litigation experience as a participant in the Vis (East) Moot, an international commercial arbitration moot in Hong Kong. Jennifer’s team took first place out of 99 international teams and was the recipient of the David Hunter Award for prevailing oral arguments. Jennifer also served as a student-attorney at the Loyola University Chicago Business Law Center where she gained transactional experience. There, she advised businesses and not-for-profit organizations on numerous legal issues.
Jennifer obtained her J.D. from Loyola University Chicago School of Law where she was a Senior Editor of the Loyola Consumer Law Review and Director of Corporate Programming for the Business Law Society. Prior to law school, she attended the Johns Hopkins University where she earned her B.A. in International Studies with a concentration in International Development.