JENNIFER ADAMS MURPHY has over 25 years of experience in employment and commercial litigation. She believes that the best solution to litigation is avoidance and, to that end, that management education and pre-litigation counsel is critical to the success of any business. Where litigation is necessary, she will aggressively and creatively defend employers before administrative agencies and in state or federal court.
Ms. Murphy is a cum laude graduate of Marquette Law School where she served as Articles Editor of the Marquette Law Review. Following graduation from law school, Ms. Murphy was appointed as the judicial clerk to the Hon. Justice Louis J. Ceci of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. After her clerkship, Ms. Murphy's career has included work as a litigator for a major Chicago law firm and 25 years of private practice in the areas of employment discrimination, retaliatory discharge, non-compete disputes, defamation and various other employment and commercial disputes and litigation.
Ms. Murphy has represented clients before the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Illinois Department of Human Rights, the Illinois and U.S. Departments of Labor and various Illinois circuit and appellate courts as well as federal district and appellate courts.
Jennifer lives in Park Ridge, Illinois and spends most of her free time with her four children (two in college) and two dogs (a very large St. Bernard and a very small Pomeranian). She also enjoys cooking, gardening, her mini cooper and music.
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