Attorney Jennifer Nagel graduated from Loretto Girl’s Preparatory High School in Sacramento, California in 1990. She received her undergraduate degree in Economics and English Literature from U.C. Berkeley in 1994. She was an Honor’s Society Member, and an Alumni Scholar while at Berkeley. She received her Juris Doctorate in 1997 from U.C.L.A. Law School. While in school she interned at the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office and the Santa Monica City Attorney’s Office.
Attorney Jennifer Nagel is licensed as an attorney in three states, Arizona (since 2002), California (since 1998), and Nevada (since 2001). She is a member of the Family Law Section of the Arizona State Bar and the American Immigration Lawyer’s Association. Her primary emphasis in family law including child custody, child support, divorce, separation, and guardianships.
She has received numerous awards from the State Bar of Arizona as well as the local legal community, for her work providing assistance in self-help clinics, drafting self help packets for Coconino County, being an attorney facilitator for the Representing Yourself in Court community education seminars, being a mock trial attorney coach for the annual Law Day, and providing individual representation to low income litigants on a pro bono basis through the local legal aid office. She received the 2004 State Bar of Arizona’s Foundation for Legal Services and Education Award for Top Pro Bono Attorneys of Arizona.
In 2008, she was appointed as a judge pro tempore for the Flagstaff Justice and Flagstaff Municipal Courts. She handled civil and criminal matters for the court from 2008 to 2014.
Since June, 2016, attorney Jennifer Nagel has worked in Los Angeles, CA in the fields of family law, estate planning, probate, and immigration law.