Due to her background in social media, legal education and ethics, Jennifer Ellis brings a unique perspective to Lowenthal & Abrams. Jennifer assists the other attorneys at Lowenthal & Abrams with issues surrounding social media, ethics and the firms cases. She also represents Pennsylvania attorneys who need legal ethics assistance. A frequent author and speaker, both in Pennsylvania and nationally, Jennifer lectures and writes on issues including social media, legal ethics, and technology for law firms. Jennifer wrote the book, WordPress in One Hour for Lawyers and the chapter on social media for the American Bar Association Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide. Very involved in the legal community, Jennifer is Vice Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Associations Solo and Small Firm Practice Section, Secretary of the GLBT Rights Committee and on the Executive Committee of Women in the Profession. In addition, Jennifer is a member of the American Bar Associations Law Practice Division, where she is on Council and a member of the Publications Committee. Previously, she served as Vice-Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Jennifer obtained her law degree cum laude from Widener University School of Law in Delaware, and her undergraduate degree from Dickinson College. While at Widener, Jennifer served on Law Review and as a board member of the Moot Court Honors Society. She is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania.