Jennifer Goodenough is an attorney and advisor in the firm’s eDiscovery & Data Analytics (e-Data) group. She focuses on advising clients and internal case teams on best practices and workflow strategies for eDiscovery in complex civil litigations, regulatory enforcement actions, and government investigations.
Prior to joining the firm, Jennifer consulted AmLaw 100 law firms and Fortune 500 Companies, on strategies for data preservation, collection, and document review. She has successfully managed large teams of attorneys on fast moving HSR second requests.
Jennifer is also a member of the firm’s Immigration Intake Committee and maintains an active pro bono practice focused on immigration matters. She has provided representation to clients seeking asylum from Afghanistan, Cameroon, and Uganda. She has won asylum for her clients in immigration court hearings in Maryland and Virginia and provided representation during asylum interviews before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
During law school, Jennifer was an editor of the Denver University Law Review. She also received an Award of Scholastic Excellency for her coursework in “Technology and the Law” and served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Michael A. Martinez in Colorado’s 2nd Judicial District Court.
- B.A., Psychology, The George Washington University, 1997
- J.D., University of Denver, 2003
- District of Columbia
Member, E-Discovery Committee of the Litigation Section of the District of Columbia Bar
Member, Women in E-Discovery, Washington, D.C. Chapter