Jennifer G. Cramer graduated from Cornell University (with Distinction in All Subjects, Phi Beta Kappa), and attended the University of Pennsylvania Law School where she was a Legal Writing Instructor.
Upon graduation in 1992, she worked as a litigator for a national law firm in Philadelphia before moving to New York City where she worked for Graham & James LLP with Andrew Solomon on complex commercial litigation matters.
Jennifer then moved her practice to Boston and worked at a boutique intellectual property law firm, where she litigated patent, copyright, and trademark disputes and prosecuted trademark and copyright claims before the Patent and Trademark Office in Washington, D.C.
Before forming Solomon & Cramer LLP, Jennifer was the founder and owner of LegalWrite101, a legal writing consulting business. She also served as an Adjunct Professor of Legal Writing at Loyola University Law School in Chicago and has taught legal writing as an accredited New York CLE provider.
Jennifer is admitted to practice in New York and Illinois and has substantial experience litigating in state and federal courts throughout the United States and in arbitration proceedings. She has represented clients in general business and employment disputes, including shareholder and business partner disputes, securities fraud, breach of contract, real estate, and business tort actions.
Jennifer also volunteers her time on behalf of Cornell University as an Alumni Ambassador and has served on numerous non-profit boards in various executive roles in her community. In her free time, Jennifer plays paddle tennis, studies conversational Hebrew, enjoys the theater and is an avid travel soccer fan.