Jennifer Rochelle is a Fellow at the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library, pursuing a MLIS degree at the University of Arizona’s School of Information. Jennifer is licensed to practice law in New York, New Mexico and Arizona. Jennifer spent 7 years practicing public interest, criminal and dependency law, in both New Mexico and Arizona. She was most recently employed as a Pima County public defender, in the Juvenile Division, where she was also part of the Crimmigration Team. Jennifer has represented clients in immigration court in New York and Los Angeles and has volunteered writing immigration appeals for the 9th circuit. Jennifer lives in Tucson with her husband and son. In her free time she likes to hike and bike amongst the Saguaros and eat fish tacos on the beach.
- 2013, J.D., CUNY School of Law
- 2006, B.A., Anthropology, Oregon State University