Fellow, Business Law ProgramPhone: (410) 706-3969
Jennifer Ivey-Crickenberger, J.D., is a teaching and research fellow with the Carey Business Law Program. She teaches Corporate Ethics and co-teaches Business Planning and Business Law in Practice, which are skills-based simulation courses for upperclassmen. Jennifer also conducts empirical research and academic editing for Professor Michelle Harner and has co-authored several articles. Additionally, she serves as a secondary liaison between Carey Law and the Maryland State Bar Association’s Business Law Section where she assists with the Section’s legislative initiatives. More generally, Jennifer serves as a support resource for the Business Law Program faculty and students.
Jennifer graduated with honors from the University of Maryland School of Law in May 2012. While at law school, she served as an associate editor for the Maryland Law Review and worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Martin F. Clark of the Patrick Circuit Court in Stuart, Virginia. In addition, she served as a volunteer law clerk with the United States Attorney’s Office in Baltimore, working primarily on civil matters. Jennifer is admitted to practice law in Maryland.