Jennifer Crook Adjunct Professor of Law
Office: Lewis Hall
Areas of Expertise/Classes Taught
Trusts and Estates Practicum (with Robert T. Danforth)
BA, Virginia Tech
JD, Washington and Lee University
Jennifer Crook serves as lead counsel for criminal, civil and administrative trials in state and federal court and is a Guardian ad Litem for incapacitated adults. As an adjunct professor at the Washington and Lee School of Law, she is co-teaching the Trusts and Estates Practicum and previously facilitated a program for a medical legal partnership that provide a unique service to the community for cancer patients. When not in the courtroom, Crook serves as secretary for the Junior League of the Roanoke Valley and is a board member for the West End Center for Youth, where she is also the race director for the annual Spooky Spring. She developed the idea for the "Love Where You Live" Trifecta Race Series, featuring three 5K races that benefit local nonprofits.