Jennifer's research focuses on the intersection of emerging technology and law with a particular interest in the interactions between technology and the administrative state. Her work covers topics including judicial deference, liability protection for Internet platforms, autonomous vehicles and other disruptive transportation technologies, the regulation of data privacy, and the benefits of technology and innovation. Her work has appeared in USA Today, the Chicago Tribune, the New York Daily News, the Sacramento Bee, the Washington Times, Real Clear Policy, and U.S. News and World Report. Jennifer has a JD from the University of Alabama School of Law and a BA in political science at Wellesley College. She is also an alumna of the Mercatus Center’s Frédéric Bastiat Fellowship and the Charles Koch Institute's Koch Associate Program. Prior to law school, Jennifer was a Teach for America Corps Member in the Mississippi Delta and worked for the Charles Koch Foundation.