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Jenna* is an associate at Lenczner Slaght and recently completed her law degree at Queen’s University. By participating in her law school's competitive mooting program, representing clients at tribunals, and studying theatre, Jenna has become a skilled advocate who strategically sets§ up a case to win through detailed preparation. As a media intern at the Embassy of Canada, she briefed and prepared Canadian ambassadors to take the stage by framing the issues clearly and concisely – a practice she brings to Lenczner Slaght. .



Jenna Rumeo

is an associate at Lenczner Slaght.

As a summer and articling student at Lenczner Slaght, Jenna worked on a wide range of files including complex commercial cases, regulatory proceedings, and professional negligence matters.

Jenna completed her JD at Queen's University and received the 2019 Queen’s Law Prize for highest standing in International Criminal Law. While in law school, Jenna worked as a student caseworker at the Prison Law Clinic, where she represented inmates at a federal institution's disciplinary tribunal and assisted with constitutional challenges. She was also a managing editor of the Queen's Law Journal, co-president of Queen's Women & Law, and a member of the Queen’s 2020 Wilson Moot team which received the third place Facta Award.

Jenna worked on some of the nation’s most important issues both as a media intern at the Canadian Embassy in Washington D.C. and as a legal research intern at the Department of Justice’s Civil Litigation Section in Ottawa.

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