Jennifer (Jenny) Brevorka is a partner at Henein Hutchison Robitaille LLP where she maintains a criminal and civil practice. She is a nimble courtroom advocate and skilled negotiator who frequently represents officials or executives accused of wrongdoing by their employer, the government, or regulators.
With her American legal education and practice experience, Jenny is uniquely qualified to advocate for clients in a host of cross-border matters such as commercial arbitrations or the enforcement of foreign judgments and court orders.
Prior to joining Henein Hutchison Robitaille LLP, Jenny served as partner in a Texas trial boutique and successfully defended individuals and corporations in venues across the United States. Jenny’s American litigation experience includes a bench trial before the Delaware Court of Chancery, criminal jury trials involving multiple defendants in state and federal court, federal criminal trials with questions of international law, and arbitrations.
Jenny is a Yale College graduate and a magna cum laude graduate from Duke Law School where the faculty inducted her into the Order of the Coif. After law school Jenny clerked for a federal judge at the United States District Court in Virginia and, later, for a federal judge in Texas on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Jenny is licensed to practice law in Ontario, New York, Florida, and Texas.
Jenny is a member of Ontario Bar Association where she acts as a CPD liaison for the Civil Litigation Section. She is also a member of Criminal Lawyers’ Association, American Bar Association, and The Advocates’ Society where she is the Second Secretary for the Commercial Litigation Practice Group and is also an active member of the 10+ Standing Committee.
Called to the Ontario Bar in 2020; Called to North Carolina Bar in 2009