Jennifer Thomas is a commercial litigation associate in the New York office. She has experience in complex cross-border commercial disputes, white collar defense, and bankruptcy litigation. She serves a variety of clients, including financial institutions and sovereign entities. Her cases have included a federal criminal prosecution, successfully defending individuals accused of antitrust violations. Jennifer maintains an active pro bono practice, focusing on human rights law, criminal appeals, and matrimonial law. She also works closely with a reproductive rights NGO on their global projects.
During law school, Jennifer externed for the United Nations at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, assisting the Supreme Court Chamber in drafting its appeals judgment convicting leaders of the Khmer Rouge for crimes against humanity. She also externed for a federal judge at the United States Court of International Trade.