Jennifer Erlinger moved to Jacksonville in 2009, after growing up in the Tampa Bay area. Ms. Erlinger received her Bachelor's of Arts from the University of Florida. She went on to achieve both her Juris Doctor, where she focused her study on Trial Advocacy, receiving a Certificate of Concentration in Advocacy for the top ranked advocacy center of Stetson College of Law. She also received her Master's in Business Administration from Stetson University. Prior to joining Wood, Atter, & Wolf, Ms. Erlinger has worked as an Assistant State Attorney, Assistant Attorney General both in child support enforcement and in the Ethics Bureau. She has also worked at the Guardian Ad Litem Program, where she represented foster children aging out of the Florida foster care system. Ms. Erlinger's trial experience in the public sector has prepared her to represent clients from all walks of life in their family, criminal, and administrative law cases.