Jenny is a media and entertainment lawyer specialising in film and television matters. She advises clients on the creation, finance and exploitation of audio-visual content across a range of platforms. Jenny regularly advises production companies and talent on deals with major UK and US broadcasters, often with international elements. In addition to her TV practice, Jenny advises on a variety of high value, multi-jurisdictional film financing transactions and on VR production and exploitation.

As well as working with high profile individuals and companies established within the industry, Jenny enjoys working with new and upcoming producers and directors, including those who may be working on their first feature film or seeking funding grants for the first time. She has also worked with clients on socio-political lobbying within the industry, including best practice guidelines for the filming of intimate scenes. Other clients she works with include talent agents, distributors and sales agents.

Jenny has been appointed as a legal expert on the Scottish Screen Sector ‘FOCUS’ panel delivered by Film City Futures for 2018 and speaks at industry events in the UK and abroad. She is a member of Women in Film & TV (UK) and has been involved in a variety of academic alumni events designed to increase access to the legal profession. Prior to joining Clintons, Jenny spent two years working in-house at Channel 5, the Viacom-owned UK public service broadcaster. She trained and qualified at a boutique law firm with media and entertainment clients. Outside of work she enjoys marathon running and travelling, often combining the two.