Jennifer Levengood joined Ropes & Gray in 2019 in the litigation and enforcement practice, where she works on an array of government enforcement matters and complex commercial disputes.
During law school, Jennifer served on the Barristers Council - Appellate Advocacy Division, United Nations Association, and Women’s Legal Association. She served as a Legal Intern for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children and worked as a research assistant to Wallace Mlyniec to research and assist in writing books about juvenile justice. Jennifer also served as a reactions editor on the Georgetown Law Journal of Modern Critical Race Perspectives.
Jennifer maintains an active pro bono practice, where she helps individuals in cases focusing on immigration and domestic violence issues.
- JD, Georgetown University Law Center, 2019
- BA, University of Florida, 2016