Jennifer L. Carstens practices business and real estate law with Titus Brueckner & Levine PLC. A lover of puzzles, Jennifer prides herself on being able to understand her clients’ unique legal situations and devise solutions that are individually tailored to each client. A proud “double-devil” (two-time graduate of Arizona State University) Jennifer is an Arizona native who has an understanding of Arizona’s unique business climate, and its corresponding challenges. She enjoys building relationships with her clients, and is passionate about providing representation that is efficient and effective.
In law school, Jennifer externed at the Arizona Supreme Court in their Government Affairs Division, where she worked extensively with both parties of the legislative and executive branches of Arizona’s government. Jennifer also has experience as an in-house legal intern for Meredith Corporation, one of America’s largest multimedia conglomerates. While at Meredith, Jennifer gained practical experience in corporate compliance work, contract negotiations and drafting, mergers, acquisitions, and American anti-trust law. In addition to her work with Titus Brueckner & Levine PLC, Jennifer is an Adjunct Professor at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, where she teaches U.S. Law & Legal Analysis in their Masters Program.
Driving Change: A Route to More Sensible Vehicle Emissions Regulation. Vermont Journal of Environmental Law (January 2020)
How a Failed Megamerger Changed American Broadcasting. American Bar Association- Communication’s Lawyer (October 2019)
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, Juris Doctorate, 2020
Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science, Management, 2016
Arizona State University, Bachelor of Arts, Business, 2016
State Bar of Arizona, 2020
In Her Own Words
“I love being a student. That was one of the reasons I became a lawyer. I wanted a career where I could always be challenged and continue to learn. I love taking on the challenges that my clients provide me and there is nothing more rewarding than breaking down a seemingly complicated legal issue and solving it.”