Jennifer Bolivar is an Associate Attorney at Crosson Richetti & Daigle LLC and serves as a Divorce Review Officer in Lehigh County. She is a first-generation Colombian American; her native language is Spanish.
Jennifer obtained a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a Business Component from the Pennsylvania State University (“Penn State”) where she graduated a year early with Distinction honors. During her time at Penn State, Jennifer was an active campus leader—including being President of the Student Government Association. Jennifer also completed a spring internship with the Office of the District Attorney in Lehigh County.
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Widener University Commonwealth Law, J.D., December 2020
The Pennsylvania State University, B.S., May 2015
Hispanic National Bar Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Pennsylvania Hispanic Bar Association
Bar Association of Lehigh County – Bench-Bar Liason Committee & Young Lawyers Divison
Estate Planning and Administration
Before law school, Jennifer gained experience in human services. She worked as a Case Manager for Valley Youth House and as an Investigator with Pennsylvania Adult Protective Services
Jennifer attended Widener University Commonwealth Law where she graduated a semester early, in December 2020, with cum laude honors and an Advocacy Certificate. Jennifer also received an Outstanding Service Award at graduation. During law school, Jennifer was a Member of the Trial Advocacy Honor Society; Founder and President of the Latin American Law Student Association; Executive Vice President of the Student Government Association; Membership Co-Chair of the Federal Bar Association; and a Member of the Women’s Law Caucus, Phi Alpha Delta, Public Interest Law Society, and the Program for Health, Exercise, and Fitness.
In addition to being an active leader at her law school, Jennifer completed a summer externship with United States Magistrate Judge Martin C. Carlson of the Middle District of Pennsylvania, and a yearlong internship with the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General in the Torts Litigation Section.
Jennifer currently volunteers with Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers and is a part of the Alumni-Student Mentoring Program at Penn State.