Jeff Jennings

Attorney |

Equality & Opportunity

Jeff Jennings is an attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation, where he works in its Equality and Opportunity practice group. He joined this group because he is passionate about reviving constitutional protections for economic liberty through strategic litigation.

Before joining PLF, Jeff worked at various organizations in the liberty movement. He was an attorney at the Liberty Justice Center, where he litigated cases involving free speech, separation of powers, and school choice. While at LJC, he was on the litigation team that obtained a stay from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit against OSHA’s unlawful COVID-19 vaccine mandate in BST Holdings, LLC v. OSHA. Before his time at LJC, he worked as an attorney at the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, where he defended the free speech and free association rights of individual employees against labor unions. During law school, he was a student clerk for the Institute for Justice, where he researched issues related to economic liberty.

He earned his law degree in 2014 from Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University. There, he was a member of the George Mason University Law Review and part of the leadership team for the Christian Legal Society’s student chapter at the school. He is licensed and admitted to practice law only in the states of Texas and Virgina. He earned his B.A. in political science from California State University Stanislaus.

Jeff lives in the great state of Texas. In his free time, he enjoys weightlifting; investing in stocks; reading about the Constitution, history, and macroeconomics; and being involved in church.

Jeff is a member of the bar only in the states of Texas and Virginia.