Jenn Weizenecker has acted as trial counsel in jury trials throughout the country, including in Florida, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. She has been a trial team member in more than 20 cases tried to verdict. Her practice focuses on product liability defense in federal and state courts. She is experienced in many aspects of tort and commercial litigation, including conducting direct and cross-examinations of expert and fact witnesses as a second chair, drafting and arguing motions, taking and defending expert and fact witness depositions, and preparing expert witnesses. Jenn draws on her engineering background when examining professional experts in scientific, medical, and economic fields. Her work includes Jones Day's defense of smoking and health lawsuits brought against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. She also has trial experience representing immigrants seeking asylum.
Jenn is a leader in her community. As a visiting professor at Georgia Tech, she teaches Judicial Process every spring. She also serves on the UNICEF USA Southeast Regional Board and on the UNICEF Next Generation Atlanta Steering Committee. Jenn was a 2020 recipient of the Justice Robert Benham Award for Community Service.
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- Vanderbilt University (J.D. 2011); Georgia Institute of Technology (B.S. in Civil Engineering with highest honors 2008)
- Georgia and Florida
2020 Recipient of the Justice Robert Benham Award for Community Service awarded by the Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism