Jennifer L. Schroader graduated cum laude from Phoenix School of Law where she interned with the Arizona Court of Appeals as well as a local criminal defense and family law firm in the Phoenix area. She has undergraduate degrees from University of Arizona and University of Central Florida, where she actively participated on national mock trial teams. She has been practicing family law and criminal defense in Washington since 2016.
Prior to moving to Washington, Jennifer began her legal career at the Mohave County Legal Defenders Office in Kingman, Arizona. There, she represented clients who found themselves in difficult situations with the law or with the department of child safety. She has an extensive amount of litigation experience in both criminal and family law matters.
A fierce advocate for her clients, Jennifer is known to provide personalized and effective representation to achieve favorable outcomes. She is empathetic and pays attention to the details in each of her cases.
Outside the courtroom, Jennifer is District Justice for Districts IV and V for Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International. She provides leadership training to law students in six states and sits as a judge each year for the national mock trial competition for law schools in Washington D.C. She enjoys spending time with her family and cheering on her hometown University of Arizona Wildcats basketball team.