Attorney Jennifer Loud has represented individuals, families, corporations, businesses, and more throughout her career. Not only is she a seasoned and dedicated attorney, but she also cares deeply for the needs of her clients and strives to bring sensitivity and thoughtfulness to her practice.
Jennifer’s work as a family lawyer is more than just professional. A mother of two children, she went through a divorce of her own, which gave her a deeper and more personal understanding of the struggles families face throughout this process. She blends her personal knowledge and experience to help her clients fight for and secure the future their family needs.
Jennifer has considerable experience handling a wide variety of issues, including:
- Domestic relations
- Employment law
- Contract drafting and review
- Private equity finance
- Securities litigation
- Commercial real estate development
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Mutual funds and investment company issues
- Corporate negotiations and transactions
- SEC 1933, 1934, and 1940 Act filings and regulations
- Hedge fund analysis
- Portfolio analysis
- Private wealth management
Jennifer’s broad background gives her the tools she needs to approach her cases from multiple angles. She uses her diverse understanding of the law to craft a legal strategy that gives her clients a unique advantage in the courtroom and during negotiations. With experience working at prestigious law firms and handling matters of all sizes, including dealing with large industrial clients, Jennifer has the experience and knowledge of the law that her clients need, no matter how complicated their legal issues may be.
In addition to her work as an attorney, Jennifer has worked as a legal consultant, as a law professor, and as the owner of a business.
Jennifer has lived in Colorado since 1988. She previously lived in Michigan and Connecticut, attending boarding school in the latter. She made her move west to attend school at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she received her B.A. in philosophy. She then moved across the Atlantic to live in London, England, where she worked for the criminal courts, then lived in Chambery, France studying French as the only American student in a French university. She made her way back to America after that, where she hiked and camped for 30 days in the Wind River Wilderness in Wyoming. She later returned to study in Colorado at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where she received her J.D. in 1997.
Jennifer remains driven by wanderlust, and she has traveled across the world visiting countries including Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, India, Seychelles, Kenya, Tanzania, Brazil, Venezuela, Ireland, England, Scotland, France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Prague, and Switzerland. She, as well as her two children William and Caroline are avid skiers, but her teenagers have now taken over the spotlight – they compete as “big mountain” extreme skiers, conquering terrain that terrifies even Jennifer.