On April 7, 2023, the Texas A&M Judge Advocate General Commission will be in Austin to tour the Texas Supreme Court complex and hear from a panel of attorneys including Jackson Walker partner Jennifer S. Freel.
A former federal prosecutor, Jennifer practices in the Investigations & White Collar Defense practice at Jackson Walker. She advises businesses and individuals under investigation by the government and conducts internal investigations for companies seeking an independent party. She also represents clients in civil disputes at the pre-trial, trial, and appellate levels in state and federal court.
Jennifer is an elected Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, a member of the Texas Supreme Court Historical Society’s Board of Trustees, a member of the Women’s White Collar Criminal Defense Association, a past chair of the Criminal Law Section of the Federal Bar Association, and a past president of the Austin Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.
Prior to attending law school, she worked as a broadcast news reporter at the NBC affiliate in Columbia, Missouri and the ABC affiliate in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
The Judicial Court of Texas A&M is one of three governing branches of the Texas A&M Student Government Association. The Judge Advocate General Commission is a department of the Judicial Court and comprises six Judge Advocates General who are available to serve as counsel for those involved in appeals before the Court. Their responsibilities include performing discovery and research for cases, assisting parties throughout proceedings, and arguing cases before the Justices. Our Judge Advocates General are trained by the Court and are here to help students receive a fair hearing.