Practice Areas: Personal Injury, Auto Accidents, Product Liability, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Abuse, Wrongful Death
Jennifer Lipinski is an attorney with a civil trial practice dedicated to the pursuit of justice for Florida’s injured with a focus on personal injury, automobile accidents, sexual assaults, product liability, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, and wrongful death.
Ms. Lipinski has been a member of the trial team for several million-dollar verdicts and settlements. Most recently, Ms. Lipinski helped secure the largest settlement of record against the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office following the wrongful death of a mentally disabled teen. She frequently tries cases to jury verdict and is not afraid to take on corporations or defendants who harm her clients.
Ms. Lipinski has been recognized as a Rising Star Super Lawyer and one of Florida Trend’s Legal Elite “Up and Comers” – a section recognizing the top Florida attorneys who represent the future of the legal profession. She was also identified by the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 under 40 in 2016.
Ms. Lipinski currently serves as a Board of Governor representing the state of Florida for the American Association for Justice (AAJ), an organization comprised of nearly 21,000 lawyers around the country. Ms. Lipinski is also Treasurer for the New Lawyer Division, which serves the needs of newer lawyers around the United States. Ms. Lipinski is a graduate of the prestigious Leadership Academy and currently serves as subcommittee chair for the Membership Outreach for the Membership Oversight Committee and Membership Committee for the Women’s Caucus.
Giving back to the community is one of Ms. Lipinski’s passions. As such, she volunteers for the South Florida Spartans as a Board of Director; serves as the Co-Chair of Outreach for the Palm Beach Chapter of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers; and is the Co-Chair of the Sidebar Series Planning Committee for the Young Lawyer’s Section of the Palm Beach County Bar Association.
Ms. Lipinski obtained her law degree from Michigan State University, cum laude and was recognized as a member of the Dean’s List. She earned a certificate from the Geoffrey Fieger Trial Practice Institute, a nationally renowned two-year litigation program, and served as a teaching assistant for two professors. While in law school, Ms. Lipinski was involved with moot court, earning 1st place in the Appellate All-School Competition and competed at Harvard and UCLA in national law competitions. She also served as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Medicine and Law.
She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Central Florida (UCF) in 2008 with a concentration in American Politics & Policy and a minor in Legal Studies. She was elected to serve as a Senator for the College of Health and Public Affairs and to serve as President Pro Tempore. Ms. Lipinski was also a LEAD Scholar, a member of the Alpha Xi Delta sorority, Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity, Pi Sigma Alpha honor society, and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
Ms. Lipinski was admitted to practice in Florida in 2012. She is a member of the Florida Bar, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Eleventh Circuit United States Court of Appeals, American Association for Justice, Palm Beach County Bar Association, Palm Beach County Justice Association, Florida Justice Association and the Florida Association for Women Lawyers.
- Florida Bar, 2012
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, 2013
- Eleventh Circuit United States Court of Appeals, 2015
Law Associations & Memberships
- Palm Beach Bar Association
- Palm Beach County Justice Association
- Florida Justice Association
- Florida Association for Women Lawyers
- American Association for Justice (2016/2017 Secretary of the New Lawyers Division)
- Million Dollar Advocates Forum
- Michigan State University College of Law, J.D., 2012, Cum Laude
- University of Central Florida, B.A., 2008