Jennifer Michelle Van Voorhis



Jennifer M. Van Voorhis dedicates her practice to the representation of policyholders engaged in disputed first party insurance claims.

Jennifer received a BA degree from Hawaii Pacific University and her JD from Rutgers University School of Law. Prior to entering private practice, she was the law clerk of the Honorable F.J. Fernandez-Viňa in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Camden County.

Following her clerkship, Jennifer focused her career on insurance litigation. She has represented policy holders in not only first party coverage issues, but as defendants in matters of automobile and premises liability defense.

Education & Credentials

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University Attended:
Hawaii Pacific University, B.A., Social Science, 1996
Law School Attended:
Rutgers University Law School, J.D., 2004
Year of First Admission:
U.S. Court of International Trade; U.S. District Court, Southern, Eastern, Northern, and Western District of New York; District of New Jersey; 2008, New York; 2004, New Jersey

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Tampa, Florida

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