Jennifer Lee-Cota

Jennifer Lee-Cota is a litigator who works with a diverse range of clients. From public institutions to multinational corporations, Jennifer takes the time to  understand her clients’ objectives to help them accomplish their desired goals.

Jennifer is often recognized for her versatility, as she handles matters both in and out of litigation and has expertise in business litigation, employment law, and education law. She has a master’s degree in higher education and worked for years professionally in the nonprofit sector. Her background helps her understand the unique challenges large and complex organizations face as well as the importance of taking into account the perspectives of various stakeholders when evaluating a dispute.

Jennifer’s matters have included:

  • Obtaining dismissal of multiple COVID-related class action lawsuits filed against institutions of higher education.
  • Successfully protecting financial records from discovery in an international tribunal.
  • Securing summary judgment in a premises liability action.
  • Successfully appealing a trial court order, resulting in the dismissal of a major retailer for lack of personal jurisdiction.
  • Handling and resolving employment-related disputes.

Jennifer and her husband are from the small town of Rio Rico, located near the Arizona-Mexico border. They spend a lot of time going to concerts and eating barbecue. They have one son and a dog named Lucky Boots.