Published Works



Co-Author, Custody Law and Practice in Pennsylvania, PBI Press, 2013.



Co-Author, Freedom Stores:  Interviews with Vietnamese Who Escaped to America





Honors and Awards

 

Pennsylvania's "Rising Star"  - Published Philadelphia Magazine, 2012-2017

 

Awesome Attorney Designation
Suburban Life Magazine, 2012





Education



Temple University Beasley School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Juris Doctor



Villanova University,

Villanova, Pennsylvania

M.A. - World History



Villanova University,

Villanova, Pennsylvania

B.A. - Liberal Arts

 

Pro Bono Activities



Women's Resource Center

2010 - Present



American Bar Association, Military Pro Bono Project, 2010 - Present



Coach - Souderton Area High School Mock Trial Team, 2010 - 2015



Coach Mount Saint Joseph Academy's High School Mock Trial Team, 2009 - 2010



Montgomery County Child Advocacy Project, 2011 - Present



Team Organizer - Alzheimer's Association, Memory Walk, 2012-2014



Team Organizer - American Liver Foundation, Liver Walk 2011

 

 

 

Jennifer J. Riley


Owner/Attorney Jennifer J. Riley, Esquire focuses her practice on Family Law, including Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Alimony, Protection from Abuse, Prenuptial Agreements, Postnuptial Agreements,  Spousal Support, Adoption, and Grandparents' Rights.  

 

Ms. Riley is an experienced negotiator and a tireless litigator who will work hard to secure stability for you and your family.  She is a strong, zealous advocate for her clients inside and outside the courtroom.



Ms. Riley is a graduate of Temple University Beasley School of Law, where she focused her studies on Trial Advocacy.  She was a member of the acclaimed National Trial Team, and a finalist at the National Ethics Trial Competition in Sacramento, California.  She was awarded numerous honors, including several awards for Outstanding Oral Advocacy,  and the Victor A. Jaczun Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy. 



Ms. Riley believes attorneys must have a commitment to serve their communities.  She provides free consultations at community resource centers, including the Women's Resource Center in Montgomery County and Chester County, and volunteers for the American Bar Association's Military Pro Bono Project, which provides pro bono family law services to active military personnel.  She is a frequent public speaker at schools and local community events, and has coached the Souderton Area High School mock trial team in the skills which she acquired at Temple. 



In addition to Ms. Riley's contributions to the local community, she is a co-author of Custody Law and Practice in Pennsylvania, PBI Press, 2013, and has the honor to serve as a Co-Chair of the Mentoring Committee of the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Commission on Women in the Profession.  

 

In 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 she was named one of Pennsylvania's "Rising Stars" by a poll of her peers as published in Philadelphia Magazine.  She was also named as Awesome Attorney in the Suburban Life Magazine in 2012.