Jennifer B. Gardner practices law in Los Angeles, California where she has served clients as a trial lawyer since 1987. Her practice has evolved from encompassing entertainment business litigation to focusing primarily on real property and business conflicts. Jennifer's practice also includes defending individuals in criminal cases who are charged with committing land use violations and serious violent felonies. She is one of those rare attorneys with both criminal and civil trial and administrative law judicial experience.
Jennifer Gardner’s specialty is weaving a persuasive narrative out of the complex events, emotional dynamics and circumstances around “what happened.” She is a graduate of the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College, and a passionate student of the neuroscience of decision making and persuasive communication, the teachings of Carl Jung, James Hillman and Joseph Campbell, and the concepts of archetypes, mythology, storytelling and direct response advertising techniques.
Jennifer Gardner founded Roamhowl Creative through which she consults on video and digital marketing strategies for service professionals, consultants, nonprofits and social entrepreneurs. She also runs Power: The Art of Influence, a workshop experience wherein she guides participants in the art of persuasion so that they uplevel their leadership and business communication skills for greater impact and success.
Lawyers are schooled to think analytically not strategically, we are taught to argue, not to persuade, to advocate, not to lead. Law school education neglects a huge body of knowledge about what it takes to influence other humans, and influenc...