Jennifer Steinberg is an attorney reviewer for FindLaw.com's Social Security articles.
Jennifer has practiced federal administrative law for over a decade. With a passion for public service, Jennifer uses her legal skills to affect federal agency policies on a national level and improve the quality of information accessible to the public.
Jennifer wrote and revised hearings operations policy and procedure at the Social Security Administration. As a subject matter expert on topics including representative fees and disability decision writing, Jennifer trained staff and judges on policy issues impacting hearing decisions and mentored new attorneys on drafting disability decisions in plain language.
Jennifer also worked at FEMA as an attorney for the National Flood Insurance Program. She took legal action as a Special Assistant United States Attorney on breach of contract cases in federal court. Following law school, Jennifer clerked for the judges of the Massachusetts Trial Court, Juvenile Court Division, where she drafted judicial decisions on complex issues concerning parental rights and juvenile delinquency.
Jennifer graduated from Indiana University with a B.A. in Political Science and Jewish Studies with a minor in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures. She earned her J.D. from New England Law in Boston, Massachusetts. She is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.