Jennifer Davis

Connecticut Collaborative Divorce Group
326 Albany Tpke
Canton, Connecticut 06019
United States
Office: 860-693-1989
Member since 2006
Membership Type: IACP
Profession(s): Lawyer

My name is Jennifer Davis. I am an experienced family lawyer with a passion for collaborative law and alternative dispute resolution. For years, I have represented children in high-conflict families within the Connecticut court system. My practice focuses on helping people come to solutions for their family that are child-sensitive, timely and practical.

Area(s) of Practice: Child Representative, Collaborative Law, Family Law, Guardian Ad Litem, Mediation Probate representation: Wills and Trusts, grandparents' rights and guardianship Custody & Child Relocation issues Hague Convention matters
License(s): JD, State of Connecticut United States District Court
Professional Activities: I am a member of CCCFLG (Central Connecticut Family Law Group) and CCDG (Connecticut Collaborative Divorce Group); CCDG is an interdisciplinary group of collaborative professionals. I am a past board member of the Children's Law Center of CT. I have served as a Special Master since 1995 for the RFTD (Regional Family Trial Docket), Connecticut's specialty custody court, as well as for my regional courts of Hartford, New Britain and Litchfield. I am a past member of the Oliver Ellsworth Inns at Court. I've had articles published in the Fall 2015 Collaborative Review as well as the September 2016 World Collaborative Practice Journal.
Education:
Undergraduate:
BA from New College, USF in 1980, with a specialty in International Commercial Regulation, specifically of the world whaling industry

Post-graduate:
Western New England College, School of Law - J.D. 1987
Comments: My growth in collaborative law is extremely rewarding to me, as it allows me opportunity to utilize and expand many of the skills I've acquired as a children's advocate and Guardian ad litem. Moreover, I am pleased to be part of a movement which acknowledges an individual's ability to move toward self-determination and growth. I learn from each matter in which I participate.