Jennifer is an experienced trial attorney whose practice focuses on complex civil litigation.

Jennifer has nearly 20 years of experience representing companies. She has litigated cases involving product liability, personal injury, medical devices, premises liability, commercial litigation, construction law, property damage, toxic torts, and warranty disputes. Jennifer’s experience ranges from pre-suit investigation to trial and appeal and includes a wide range of discovery matters. She has tried cases in state and federal court. Jennifer is also experienced in analyzing attorney ethics rules.

Before joining Fredrikson, Jennifer worked for a year and a half as a Senior Assistant Director at the Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility.




  • Mitchell Hamline School of Law, J.D., 1998, cum laude
  • Gustavus Adolphus College, B.A., 1993, cum laude


  • Minnesota, 1998
  • Wisconsin, 2004


  • Rising Star, Minnesota Law & Politics, 2005-2008
  • Up and Coming Attorney, Minnesota Lawyer, 2007

Civic & Professional

Professional Activities

  • Minnesota Women Lawyers

News & Insights

Publications & Presentations

"Trials and Tribulations: Trying a Civil Case Ethically and Professionally," (with Melissa Stull), Minnesota State Bar Association Civil Litigation Group, March 3, 2020

"Professionalism, Ethics & Civility," (with Binh Tuong), Minnesota CLE, December 12, 2019

"Emerging Issues in Premises Liability Claims Relating to Children," ABA's Emerging Issues in Premises Liability Litigation, St. Petersburg, Florida, November 5-6, 2009

"The Importance of Marketing for Young Lawyers," DRI, The Whisper, March 2008

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