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Jenny Braun
303.831.7364

EDUCATION

Harvard Law School, J.D., 2019

University of Virginia, M.A., 2012

Yale University, B.A., 2008

PRACTICE AREAS

Criminal Defense

Civil Litigation

Appellate

HONORS & DISTINCTIONS

Irving Oberman Memorial Award for Family Law

Gosnell Writing Prize

Thomas J. Griffis Writing Prize

COURT ADMISSIONS

United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit

Colorado

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Colorado Bar Association, Criminal Law Section

Denver Bar Association

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Jenny works on both criminal and civil matters and brings an extensive background in research and writing to Haddon, Morgan and Foreman.

Jenny is a graduate of Harvard Law School, where she served as an executive editor of the Harvard Civil Rights – Civil Liberties Law Review. At Harvard, Jenny also worked as a research assistant for several professors, she assisted a former federal judge preparing a treatise on federal sentencing, and regularly contributed to a labor and employment law blog. She was awarded the Irving Oberman Memorial Award for Best Paper in Family Law, a Summer Academic Fellowship, and multiple Dean’s Scholar Prizes, including in Legal Research and Writing.

Prior to joining Haddon, Morgan and Foreman, Jenny was an associate at the Denver office of Perkins Coie, LLP, where she worked on a range of complex corporate transactions. During law school, Jenny gained professional experience as a law clerk or intern in the Appellate Division of the Colorado State Public Defender’s Office, the Complex Crimes Unit of the Colorado State Public Defender’s Office, the Office of the Federal Public Defender of Colorado and Wyoming, and the Office of the Federal Public Defender of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. She developed advocacy skills as a student attorney with Harvard Defenders and the Prison Legal Assistance Project.

Prior to attending law school, Jenny worked as a middle-school English teacher. She also taught undergraduate literature and writing courses for four years while pursuing a doctorate in English from the University of Virginia, where she won honors, grants, and fellowships for her teaching, research, and writing. During law school, she continued to mentor students and share her writing expertise as a Resident Tutor in Eliot House in Harvard College.


EDUCATION

Harvard Law School, J.D., 2019

University of Virginia, M.A., 2012

Yale University, B.A., 2008

PRACTICE AREAS

Criminal Defense

Civil Litigation

Appellate

HONORS & DISTINCTIONS

Irving Oberman Memorial Award for Family Law

Gosnell Writing Prize

Thomas J. Griffis Writing Prize

COURT ADMISSIONS

United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit

Colorado

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Colorado Bar Association, Criminal Law Section

Denver Bar Association

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers