Jennifer Franklin is a Professor of the Practice, the Director of Academic & Bar Success, and the Moot Court Advisor and Coach at William & Mary Law School. She developed the second-year appellate advocacy course, which she also teaches, and she teaches Advanced Brief Writing to new moot court members each fall. Immediately after graduating from Regent University School of Law, Jennifer clerked for the Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, and then completed a teaching fellowship at Regent University. She joined the Virginia Attorney General’s Office in 2001 where she handled criminal appeals, briefing and arguing 75 cases in three years. Immediately prior to joining William & Mary, Jennifer served as the Habeas Supervisor for the Supreme Court of Virginia.