Jennifer L. Ingle practices in the area of land use law and has experience assisting with a broad range of land use and development issues, including zoning, planning, the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), coastal development and historic preservation matters. Ingle has also been involved in complex litigation, including the areas of commercial and residential real estate.

Prior to joining HLKK law, Ingle practiced business and commercial litigation with a law firm based in West Los Angeles where she handled a variety of civil litigation and transactional matters.

During her time at UCLA, Ingle served as an editor on the Entertainment Law Review, as a staff member of the Journal of Law and Technology, as a member of the Student Bar Association, and she volunteered with UCLA's El Centro Legal Landlord Tenant Clinic.


University of California, Los Angeles, J.D.

Loyola Marymount University, B.A., Communication Studies, magna cum laude