EDUCATION

University of Houston Law Center
J.D., 2023

University of Houston
B.S., Psychology, minor in Phronêsis, magna cum laude, 2018

ADMISSIONS

Texas

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas

Jennifer Bazzle is a detail-oriented advocate who enjoys researching complex legal issues.

In 2018, Jennifer graduated magna cum laude from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a minor in Phronêsis. She then earned her J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center, where she received the LEX Award in Statutory Interpretation and Regulation for the highest grade in her class. In law school, Jennifer served as a contributing editor of the Journal of Consumer and Commercial Law and worked as a research assistant and teaching assistant to Professor Andrew C. Michaels.

Prior to joining McDowell Hetherington, Jennifer was an associate at a plaintiff’s firm where her practice consisted of personal injury and whistleblower claims brought by employees working in railroad, maritime, and offshore industries, in addition to bad faith insurance disputes. There, she gained significant pretrial experiencing defending depositions and drafting dispositive motions.

Outside of the office, Jennifer enjoys going to the driving range at Memorial Park and spending time with family. Her other hobbies include walking outdoors and playing mini-golf with friends.

EDUCATION

University of Houston Law Center
J.D., 2023

University of Houston
B.S., Psychology, minor in Phronêsis, magna cum laude, 2018

ADMISSIONS

Texas

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas

  • Janet D. Steiger Fellowship Award
  • University of Houston Law Center LEX Award, Statutory Interpretation and Regulation
  • Houston Bar Association
  • Asian American Bar Association of Houston