Jennifer D. Henley
Jennifer D. Henley is a personal injury lawyer with Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya. Jennifer is a graduate of Oklahoma State University (OSU), where she completed her undergraduate degree in Political Science. During her undergraduate studies, Jennifer also spent time at Keele University in Staffordshire, England.
After graduating from OSU in 2014, Jennifer worked with Judge Gregory Ryan and the Oklahoma County Juvenile Bureau where she was educated on the juvenile system, learning about the hardships that juveniles must overcome and how reintegration plays a vital role in society allowing not only safe protocols but ensuring that they have a real opportunity in life. Additionally, Jennifer worked at the non-profit Dale K. Graham Veterans Foundation as a volunteer.
Jennifer attended Oklahoma University where she studied paralegal studies and went on to work with Jeri Towler-Holmes at Non-Profit solutions as a paralegal. Jennifer credits much of her law education to Jeri for being an inspiration for her to go to law school.
Jennifer earned her Juris Doctor from Oklahoma City University in 2019. During her studies, Jennifer worked full-time, still managing to graduate early, a testament to the work ethic that now carries over to the work she does with personal injury victims at the firm. With Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya, Jennifer values the team approach of working together toward the main common goal: letting justice be served.
In her personal life, Jennifer is passionate about non-profit work, specifically the Animal Legal Defense Fund. Jennifer also enjoys traveling, having previously backpacked both England and Australia. Jennifer is currently working on becoming fluent in Spanish.
- Colorado Bar Association
- Oklahoma City University-Juris Doctor, 2019
- Oklahoma State University-Political Science, 2014
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
- Phi Alpha Delta, a professional law fraternity