Jennifer Huckleberry



Jennifer Huckleberry is an associate with Foley & Lardner LLP. Jennifer is based in the firm’s Houston office where she is a member of the Litigation Department.

Prior to joining Foley, Jennifer served as a summer associate in the firm’s Houston office where she analyzed and researched legal issues and drafted a variety of legal documents including petitions, motions and discovery.

Jennifer graduated as valedictorian from Baylor Law School where she also worked as a research coordinator and prepared legal documents for the Texas Supreme Court. In this role, Jennifer worked to manage, coordinate, and conduct research for the Baylor LL.M. Litigation Management program, the Juris Doctor program, and anatomize literature on prescient legal topics.

Early in her career, Jennifer gained considerable experience in the finance industry as a senior portfolio analyst with concentrations in credit and corporate strategy for a large federal bank in San Diego, California. In this role, she worked closely with the chief credit officer to create strategies, detect early signs of default and market incongruous assets for sale. Jennifer’s success in these roles earned her the title of project manager for the mergers and acquisitions team where she performed due diligence and crafted financial analyses for the board of directors. In a prior role as a financial analyst for a leading IT company, Jennifer created competitor and key performance indicator analyses for divisional executives. Jennifer’s development of a new efficient process with an innovative approach was implemented internationally after it was found to be unilaterally responsible for increasing bonus forecast accuracy by 20 percent. 


  • Baylor University School of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2019)
    • Valedictorian
    • Finalist, March 2019 Ole Miss Magnolia Cup Negotiation Competition
    • Recipient, Dean’s Academic Excellence Scholarship
    • Recognized, Dean’s List for nine consecutive quarters
    • Member, Baylor Law Transactional Competition Team
  • California Polytechnic State University (B.S., cum laude, 2013)


  • Texas
    • United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas