Jennifer Simile is a Business and Marketing Editor of the American University Business Law Review. She is currently in the Community and Economic Development Law Clinic at American University Washington College of Law and is President of the Business Law Society. Her recent publication is entitled Intentional Grounding: Field Quality in the NFL and the Legal Ramifications for Choice of Playing Surfaces and is featured in the John Marshall Law Review Volume 47.1. Jennifer interned at First Niagara Financial Group in the Office of General Counsel and at Waltman Brungo LLC.
Jennifer graduated from the University of Chicago where she majored in public policy. She is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.