Crowe & Dunlevy recently announced Jenna Rader has joined the firm as a director in the Oklahoma City office. Rader will serve as a member of several practice groups, including Intellectual Property, Real Estate, Nonprofit/Charitable Foundations, Construction and Litigation & Trial.
“Jenna’s breadth of expertise and extensive experience will be an asset for our clients,” said Kevin Gordon, president of Crowe & Dunlevy. “From intellectual property, nonprofit, construction, real estate and litigation, she provides in-depth counsel for our clients’ needs and further solidifies our reputation as one of the most experienced and established full-service legal firms in Oklahoma.”
Prior to joining Crowe & Dunlevy, Rader served as general counsel for LifeChurch.tv, one of the largest and fastest-growing religious organizations in the United States, and continues to advise nonprofit, charitable and religious organizations. Named one of Oklahoma’s Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars and recognized as one of America’s Best Lawyers, Rader has experience assisting clients in all areas of intellectual property including trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, patents and advertising law. Her expertise also includes a broad range of real estate matters, complex contract and licensing issues and business litigation matters.
Rader earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma College of Law, graduating with highest honors and as a member of the Order of the Coif. She received American Jurisprudence awards for property, real estate, torts, civil procedure and criminal procedure during law school and served on the board of editors of the University of Oklahoma Law Review. She graduated magna cum laude from Southern Nazarene University with a Bachelor of Science in biology and chemistry.
A gifted orator and writer, Rader is often asked to present at national speaking engagements and authors articles related to contracts, real estate, copyright and trademark matters. She served as an adjunct professor at the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where she taught intellectual property. Prior to earning her Juris Doctor, she taught chemistry, anatomy and physics at Crescent High School, where she served as head of the science department and earned the prestigious honor of teacher of the year.
Posted on Thu, February 5, 2015
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