As lead defense attorney in dozens of complex class action lawsuits, Jen Robinson has favorably resolved business-critical litigation for her clients. Her insightful guidance, legal solutions and amicable demeanor have earned distinctive praise from clients and unexpected admiration from opposing counsel.
Jen’s extensive legal experience includes numerous courtroom achievements on behalf of employers, as well as high-level investigations of supervisors, managers and C-suite employees. She works with a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, hospitality, retail, and healthcare.
Beyond her litigation, investigation, and advisory capacities, Jen has been instrumental in the growth of the Nashville office and establishing its presence throughout the state. She is regularly recognized as a business leader in the community and frequently quoted in the press as an authority on labor and employment matters.
Jen also devotes considerable time to mentoring young people. She serves as an advocate in Littler’s award-winning Career Advocacy Program (CAP), a mentorship and career development program started by the firm for diverse and woman attorneys. She is also deeply dedicated to mentoring attorneys in her local office.
Committed to giving back to her community, Jen has been a longtime volunteer for Nashville’s Room in the Inn, an adult homeless program in which local places of worship provide shelter, clothing and meals for men and women during the winter months. She helps cook hot meals, prepare beds and maintain a closet of clothes and other basic provisions. She also co-founded the Fulcrum Society of the YWCA of Nashville and Middle Tennessee, which supports girls and women through a variety of services.
Several years ago, Jen accepted a client’s challenge of completing a triathlon. Not only did she finish, she has done seven more triathlons and two half marathons.