Jenn Rosenblatt

Jennifer Beldon Rosenblatt

Jennifer is a Partner at ROSENBLATT LAW FIRM and Chairs the Litigation Section of the firm. She brings with her over 30 years of experience in Litigation and Appellate law.


Bar Admissions:

  • Texas State Bar, 1993

Professional Associations and Memberships:

  • State Bar of Texas
  • Bexar County Woman’s Bar Association
  • Bexar County Bar Association
  • S.A. Impact
  • William S. Sessions  Inns of Court

Non-Profit Work

  • Impact San Antonio – current board member 2021-present
  • Magik Children’s Theatre, Board member and President of the Board, 2016-2020
  • Bexar County Women’s Bar – Autum Affair Co-Chair 2019


  • Washington University, 1990 – Sociology and Psychology
  • London School of Economics, Spring 1989
  • Emory University, 1993 – Juris Doctorate of Law


  • 1990-1993 – Public Service Award: Student Legal Services
  • San Antonio Scene,  San Antonio Outstanding Women in Law 2021, 2022 
  • Master Leadership Program San Antonio – Class XIX


Jenn joined Rosenblatt Law Firm in 2019 as a Partner and Chair of the Litigation section.  Jenn brings experience as a prominent attorney in Bexar County, including a wealth of litigation and appellate knowledge. After graduating from Washington University in St. Louis, Jenn graduated from Emory University School of Law in 1993 where she was honored with the Public Service Award for Student Legal Services.  After law school, Jenn worked at the 81st/218th Judicial District Attorney’s Office as the sole felony prosecutor in Atascosa County, gaining skills through extensive pretrial matters, trial experience, and appellate briefing and argument.  Jenn later worked in civil litigation at both insurance defense and plaintiffs’ firms, including as part of the legal team, which received a top 100 jury verdict in 2003 as well as 15 years as a staff attorney with the Fourth Court of Appeals.

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Before working with Rosenblatt Law Firm, Jenn worked for over fourteen years as a staff attorney at the Fourth Court of Appeals. At the Fourth Court, Jenn considers herself lucky to have worked with some incredible judges, amazing staff, and too many interns to count.  Along with actively practicing law, Jenn taught Legal Research and Writing as an adjunct professor for St. Mary’s University of Law for over five years—she continues to maintain many of those relationships to this day.

Jenn is the proud mom of three “grown” kids and is an avid participant in various community activities.  She chaired the Bexar County Women’s Bar Association gala in 2002 and returned in 2017 to co-chair the silent auction and head the Autumn Affair, for the second time, in 2018.  Having sat on several different community boards, Jenn’s focus generally remains on education and health issues. Jenn loves to bake, get lost in her art, travel, and spend time with her family. Her motto is “If not now, when?”