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Jennifer P. Grobe, Attorney


Jenn is committed to amplifying the interests of youth and their families. She advocates for children to have equitable access to a meaningful education in preparation of further education, employment and independent living, regardless of perceived level of ability.

In matters of special education, school discipline, and juvenile delinquency, she aims to secure access to support services designed to meet the child and family's unique needs. She is particularly focused on addressing the need for trauma-informed systems of care and appropriate transitional services.


  • Juris Doctor, The George Washington University Law School, 2016
  • Bachelor of Specialized Studies, Special Education and International Studies, Ohio University, 2013.

Court Admissions

  • Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
  • Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey


  • Jenn's interest in disability and youth-centered law began while studying special education at Ohio University and volunteering with PALS Programs. While attending the George Washington University Law School, she interned with the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia; U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, Philadelphia Office; and U.S. Department of Justice, Disability Rights Section. She also was a student attorney with the George Washington Family Justice Litigation Clinic and a member of the George Washington International Law Review and Mock Trial Board. After law school, she clerked for the Honorable Mark D. Buckworth of the Family Court of the State of Delaware. Jenn lives in Philadelphia where she can be found practicing yoga, immersed in a book, or singing with her band and the Philadelphia Voices of Pride choir.
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Phone: 610-922-4200
Fax: 610-646-0888


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