Jennifer founded Bullock Legal on the belief that whether you are a small business owner, an executive, or a Fortune 500 company, you should have access to the same high-quality legal services.
For 15 years, Jennifer worked at big law firms representing clients in court, arbitrations and administrative proceedings in matters of all sizes, from state county court cases to federal class and collective actions.
Combining her skills as a powerful advocate with her personal passion to help survivors of domestic violence, Jennifer left Big Law to work as Executive Vice President for Women in Distress, Florida’s largest domestic violence center. While there, she managed a team of 85 employees, built a robust compliance program, and led the organization through many personnel and management initiatives.
Jennifer’s work in the community spans her entire professional career. Early in her career, she attended Leadership Broward where her team won the community service project after founding ARC Broward’s The Traveling Plate. She served as President of the Federal Bar Association – Broward Chapter. Most recently, she was appointed by the Mayor of Broward County to serve on Broward County’s Homeless Continuum of Care Board.
Jennifer is not your traditional lawyer. She is an innovative and practical problem solver with a track record for winning cases and resolving even the most contentious matters. From negotiating executive employment contracts and successfully arguing before the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, to serving as lead trial counsel in multimillion-dollar litigation between competitors, Jennifer brings a personal approach to working with each of her clients. Jennifer is a frequent presenter and blogger on employment law and was a contributor to the Florida Employment Law Manual (14th Edition), available on Amazon.