Jennifer Lupo has more than 25 years of dispute resolution experience as a mediator and arbitrator. Jennifer has extensive experience handling complex matters involving business and commercial disputes, employment, intellectual property, information technology, civil rights, insurance, and entertainment. In addition to serving as a mediator and arbitrator, Jennifer serves as the Managing Member of Lupo Law, Arbitration and Mediation PLLC in Manhattan and Staatsburg, New York.
Jennifer participates in several international, state, and local bar and dispute resolution associations. Currently, Jennifer serves as a chair of the New York State Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution Section’s section liaisons committee, developing subject matter specific educational programs for attorneys regarding the use of ADR. In addition to practicing law and arbitrating and mediating complex disputes, Jennifer is currently an Adjunct Professor of Law atMarist College School of Management. Previously, she was an Adjunct Professor of Law at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center.
In 2017, Jennifer was the Judith S. Kaye fellow of the Historical Society of the New York Courts, through which she taught a course entitled, “An Introduction to Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law and History” at the George Jackson Academy, an independent middle school for academically talented boys from underserved communities.