JENNA M. ZERYLNICK
Jenna Zerylnick earned a Bachelor of Science in Social Science Education from the University of Georgia in 2007. In 2010, she graduated in the top 8% of her law school class at Florida Coastal School of Law. During law school, Ms. Zerylnick participated in the Florida Supreme Court Internship Program for Distinguished Law Students where she clerked for Florida Supreme Court Justice James Perry. She also served as the manuscript editor for the editorial board of the Florida Coastal Law Review and a research assistant for a professor specializing in Mental Health and Disability Law.
Prior to joining Lee + Kinder, Ms. Zerylnick worked at a general civil law firm in Sterling, Colorado. She practiced a variety of civil law, including personal injury, family law, school law, probate and estate planning. She also taught American Government as an adjunct instructor at Northeastern Junior College.
“The Evolution of Colorado’s School Attendance Laws: Moving Toward Prevention and Restoration,” 43 The Colorado Lawyer 7 (July 2014).
“Eighth Amendment Challenges to Death Penalty Protocols: How Baze v. Rees Will Engender Future Collateral Attacks on the Death Penalty,” 10 Fl. Coastal L. Rev. 349 (Winter 2009).
Member Joseph Gren and Associate Jenna Zerlynick authored an article for the Colorado Lawyer, July 2017 edition. The article, Settlement Procedures in Workers’ Compensation, is an in-depth explanation of the unique procedural requirements governing settlement of Colorado Workers’ Compensation Claims. Click the link in the article name to read the full article.