Jenni has over 13 years of legal experience working as an attorney in Denver, Colorado. During her career, Jenni’s broad exposure to practice areas ranging from litigation and employment matters to corporate and business transactions gives her a deep understanding of the multitudinous ways that lawyers impact the world and our society. In addition, she has been fortunate in her career to have worked in a variety of environments, including serving as general counsel for two closely held companies and as an attorney at both national and regional law firms. These real-world experiences allow her to quickly identify and highlight to our clients the most critical professional and personal attributes that our candidates can bring to a new role. Jenni loves working with law firms, companies and candidates to help all parties find the perfect fit and helping to build a better legal community.
In her free time, Jenni spends time with friends and family, particularly her husband (and business partner) and her hilarious, fun and sweet daughter. She loves hiking, running, skiing and experiencing the ever-changing Denver food and entertainment scene—especially if it involves live comedy.
Matt is in the business of building a better legal community by finding and placing the right talent in the right positions. He has a deep appreciation for the practice of law as he spent the first ten years of his legal career as a lawyer with the federal government, as an associate at the nationally known law firm, Perkins Coie, and in in-house positions with restaurant and hospitality companies. Matt also thoroughly understands legal search and hiring as he has spent the better part of the last decade filling positions for law firm and corporate clients including associate, of counsel, partner, subject matters specialists and general counsel roles.
Matt grew up in Los Angeles, CA, attended college at Colby College in Waterville, ME and graduated from the University of Virginia Law School in Charlottesville, VA. He now loves living in Denver, Colorado where he can ride his road bike over gentle rollers in the plains and up 12,000 foot mountain passes; sample craft beers at any of the dozens of small local breweries; and hear live music at Red Rocks, local clubs and neighborhood street parties. He gives time back to his community by serving on the Center for Legal Inclusiveness’ retention committee and as a member of the board of trustees for Temple Micah in Denver. Most of all, when he’s not working, he enjoys laughing with his wife and watching his daughter grow up.