Jennifer Dumin, Esq.
Jennifer Dumin comes to Sadek and Cooper after nearly fifteen years of experience as a family law attorney. For over three years, she has served on the Board of Directors of the Therapy Center of Philadelphia, a community-based mental health non-profit which offers a model of healing that serves hundreds of women, transgender, and gender non-conforming clients each year, attending to their identities and experiences of oppression.
Jenn has also served the LGBTQ+ community through her work as a mentor for The Attic, an organization which serves LGBTQ+ youth, and as Co-Chair of the Legal Rights of Contemporary Families Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association.
One of Jenn’s key areas of focus will be serving the LGBTQ+ community. As a proud member of that community, Jenn personally understands the value of working with inter-community professionals. Our mutual goal is ensuring Sadek and Cooper Law Offices remains a place where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning individuals in Philadelphia and the surrounding counties receive unparalleled services that match their unique legal situations and needs.
- Philadelphia Bar Association, Family Law Section
- Pennsylvania Bar Association, Family Law Section
- J.D., Temple University Beasley School of Law
- M.S.W., University of Pennsylvania
- B.S., Pennsylvania State University
- PA Super Lawyer: Rising Stars Edition 2016-2019*
- Best Lawyers in America 2018-2019* (Family Law)
- Henry J. Richardson III Award – International Human Rights
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg “Pursuit of Justice” Writing Competition
Affiliations and Memberships
- Therapy Center of Philadelphia, Board Member
- Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program, Volunteer Attorney
- Gender Markers Still Miss the Mark, The Legal Intelligencer
- Paternity and Parentage in Same-Sex Marriages, The Legal Intelligencer
- What Did I Commit to: A Celebration or a Marriage?, The Legal Intelligencer
- Superstition-Based Injustice in Africa and the United States: The Use of Provocation as a Defense for Killing Witches and Homosexuals, Wisconsin Women’s Law Journal