Jen counsels clients with respect to patent, trademark and general intellectual property matters. She prepares and prosecutes patent applications in a variety of technology areas, including the computer software, telecommunications, medical device, chemical and mechanical arts. Jen has also worked on post-grant proceedings, including inter partes review proceedings.

In her practice, Jen performs offensive and defensive analyses, provides patentability and freedom to operate opinions, conducts due diligence analyses of IP portfolios, evaluates patent cross-licensing opportunities, and assists with IP litigation matters. She also counsels clients with respect to licensing, acquisition and confidentiality agreements.

During law school, Jen interned at the University of Kansas Center for Technology Commercialization, where she reviewed and drafted licensing agreements, conducted market research, and performed prior art searches. Prior to law school, she worked as a project analyst for a supply chain and logistics solutions company in Orlando, Florida.


Jennifer Vogel, Patenting DNA: Balancing the Need to Incentivize Innovation in Biotechnology With the Need to Make High-Quality Genetic Testing Available to Patients, University of Kansas Law Review, October 2012.

David B. Thorne, Dale Johnson II, William E. Vita, Jennifer Vogel (contributor), 'Cornell' Accepts Casual Connection Between Toxic Mold and Injury, New York Law Journal, October 26, 2012.