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Jennifer Lenze

Lenze Lawyers, PLC.
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Jennifer Lenze
Lenze Lawyers, PLC.
Manhattan Beach,
 CA

Jennifer is the founding partner of Lenze Lawyers, PLC. Jennifer studied at the University of San Diego receiving her B.A. in 2002 and Juris Doctorate in 2006. During her time in law school she studied abroad at the Institute on International and Comparative Law, University of Barcelona, Spain and Trinity College, Ireland and was a member of the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity.

After law school she began her legal career at the Los Angeles based Plaintiff firm where she worked on large mass tort cases such as Vioxx, Bextra/Celebrex, and Avandia, as well as personal injury cases, environmental suits, and class actions. At that firm, Jennifer was honored to receive the distinction of lawyer of the year. In 2009 Jennifer helped start the Sizemore Taylor firm with a focus on pharmaceutical mass torts and offices in both Alabama and California. Eventually Jennifer branched out to form her own firm, Lenze Law, PLC out of Manhattan Beach, California where she currently resides.

Following the death of her significant other, Paul Sizemore, in June of 2014 Jennifer came on as Practice Administrator of the Sizemore Law Firm. At SLF, Jennifer took over the role of managing the firm and assumed Paul’s leadership positions in the Zoloft, Granuflo and Crestor JCCP coordinated proceedings. She went on to gain committee positions in the Xarelto MDL as well as co-liaison counsel of the Paxil JCCP, a PSC position in the Essure JCCP, and is currently co-lead of the Allergan Biocell Textured Breast Implant Products Liability Litigation MDL 2921.

Jennifer is a mom of four boys and enjoys being with her kids, traveling, working out and reading.


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