Jennifer L. Curry
As a labor and employment lawyer at Baker Donelson, Jennifer L. Curry treats every client with equal importance and makes sure to let them know she hears them and understands their particular needs.
She fell in love with constitutional law as a history major at the University of Michigan. While clerking for the Baltimore City Circuit Judge Pamela J. White, the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law graduate became drawn to employment law.
Taking on cases as an associate for several years at both Franklin & Prokopik and Jackson Lewis, Curry moved to her current position in 2015. With a love of researching and writing, “I really enjoy the academic adversarial nature of being a litigator,” she said.
With a love of Charm City and a passion to see the area grow, she became an executive board member for the Baltimore Chamber of Commerce in 2015.
“Businesses of all sizes are the lifeblood of this city and we need them to make the city stronger and healthier,” she said. “Through the chamber, I have worked to make sure that current Baltimore city businesses have an environment that allows them to thrive and grow and to make sure that prospective business owners see the city as presenting the best opportunity for putting down long-standing roots.”
She is also on the Cristo Rey Jesuit High School Leadership Advisory Council and a fellow with the Baltimore Bar Foundation. “I love this city and I want to see it be everything that it can be,” Curry said. “I want to see the people who live here live in a city that takes care of them and appreciates them. It makes people want to be here as much as I do.”