Jennifer Parker has a broad real estate law practice, with a particular focus on commercial acquisitions and dispositions, real property financings and commercial leasing. Jennifer also has experience with real property litigation.
Jennifer works with clients on a variety of acquisitions and dispositions and real property financings for various types of commercial property, including shopping centres, office buildings and retail space. She has advised clients on purchase agreements, commercial leases, construction law contracts and real property litigation files.
Jennifer is a graduate of the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University. While at law school, Jennifer completed a placement at the Nova Scotia Law Reform Commission and participated in the Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies Think Tank. She was an active volunteer, working with the Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies, Pro Bono Students Canada, Dalhousie Law Community Outreach, the Dalhousie Moot Court and the Upper Year Mentor Program.
Prior to law school, Jennifer earned a Bachelor of Education from Queen’s University, where she obtained the Ontario College of Teachers Scholarship for Excellence in Teacher Education. She also has an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Geography and History from Queen’s University. While at Queen’s, she received numerous awards including the Governor General’s Academic Medal for being the top academic student in Geography and was the recipient of the 2012 Queen’s University Outstanding Student Award.
Jennifer was seconded to Pro Bono Law Ontario.