Jennifer's practice focuses on the defense of corporations in complex tort and product liability matters. With significant experience in all stages of litigation, she has successfully represented clients in both bench and jury trials, and on appeal. She has particular knowledge in proposals for settlement and excluding expert witnesses.

In the last few years, Jennifer has served on seven trial teams representing tobacco companies in wrongful death and personal injury lawsuits. In addition, Jennifer recently second chaired a five-day legal malpractice trial in which the jury returned a defense verdict after deliberating for one hour. She has also argued an appeal on behalf of a Fortune 10 company before Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal, which affirmed the final summary judgment in the client’s favor.

Jennifer received Shook’s “Mosaic Award,” which recognizes outstanding efforts to promote diversity in the workplace.

Jennifer is also passionate about pro bono work, with an emphasis on the rights of children. In 2008, she was individually recognized by the Supreme Court of Florida, the Young Lawyers Division of the Florida Bar, and the Florida Pro Bono Coordinators Association for exceptional pro bono service. Jennifer also serves as a guardian ad litem for the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit and does fundraising for Florida’s Children First.

Jennifer graduated second in her class at the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law. While in law school, she served as the research editor of the Florida Law Review and was inducted into the Order of the Coif.


Frank Cruz-Alvarez, Jennifer Voss, Jared Sherr & Talia Zucker, Federal Preemption: Origins, Types and Trends in the U.S. Supreme Court, Washington Legal Foundation Monograph, Oct. 2015.