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More Than A Lawyer with Christy Crow: Podcast Episode 10

In this podcast episode of More Than A Lawyer, Christy Crow speaks with Jennifer Mason, a seasoned commercial litigator and partner at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP. Jennifer's extensive legal expertise encompasses insurance, corporate litigation, and appellate matters, with over 40 cases taken to trial and numerous appellate arguments. Beyond her legal practice, Jennifer is deeply involved in her community, spearheading initiatives to support local businesses and address pressing needs.

Headshots of Christy Crow and Jennifer Mason

Tune in to this episode of the More Than a Lawyer podcast to hear about:


  • Legal Expertise: Jennifer Mason, a seasoned commercial litigator, boasts over 30 years of legal experience and a passion for trying cases.

  • Community Engagement: Beyond her legal practice, Jennifer is deeply committed to her community in Greenbrier County, WV, advocating for local businesses and addressing community needs.

  • COVID-19 Response: During the pandemic, Jennifer spearheaded initiatives to support struggling restaurants and feed vulnerable community members, showcasing her proactive approach to crisis management and community support.

  • Health Advocacy: Jennifer's involvement with the Greenbrier Valley Health Alliance highlights her dedication to improving community health through resource coordination and grant initiatives.

  • Educational Initiatives: Jennifer invests in the next generation by teaching debate skills to children in group homes, emphasizing the importance of mentorship and empowerment.


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About More Than a Lawyer:

The More Than a Lawyer podcast highlights amazing acts of service that lawyers perform all over the country. Your host, Christy Crow, is Managing Attorney at Jinks Crow, PC., a woman-owned personal injury law firm located in Alabama, with offices in Union Springs and Montgomery. Jinks Crow is big enough to fight, small enough to care, representing clients in personal injury, wrongful death, accidents, and product liability cases.


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