Jennifer is in her 21st year of legal practice. She has developed strong expertise in administrative law and litigation arguing in front of various adjudicative tribunals and in courts across Canada. She is well-versed on municipal by-laws and regulations, provincial statutes, and federal laws related to domesticated animals, farm animals and wildlife.

She has handled a diverse array of client matters across the country (except for Quebec) pertaining to the following:

- animal adoptions;
- animal control;
- animal cruelty;
- animal rescue groups;
- animal shelters;
- border crossing disputes;
- breed specific legislation ('pit bull ban');
- by-laws, regulations, and policies pertaining to animals (advice and drafting);
- companion animal disputes
- condominium clauses;
- 'dangerous dog' and 'potentially dangerous dog' designations;
- dog bites;
- dog breeders;
- environmental stewardship;
- equine law and environmental contaminants;
- government overreach;
- pet clauses in wills;
- pet ownership disputes;
- plant-based businesses;
- product labelling
- product liability;
- regulation of horse racing;
- veterinary malpractice;
- wrongful death.