Jennifer St. Clair specializes in the application of microeconomic theory and econometrics to assess economic impacts and damages in a variety of cases and circumstances including but not limited to labor discrimination, breach of contract, false advertisement/defective products, wrongful death, and medical malpractice. Ms. St. Clair’s dissertation research focuses on penalties and premiums associated with flexible working arrangements by occupation, giving her a deep understanding of the more than 500 occupations recognized in Census data. Using the knowledge from her research, she joined Econ One in 2017 initially to work exclusively on a labor discrimination case. She soon discovered an innate passion for damage calculations and litigation support. Drawing on her past experience as a pharmacy and retail store manager (formerly a Certified Pharmacy Technician), Ms. St. Clair brings a unique background and intuition for understanding the pathology of economic damages in a wide variety of cases.
Jennifer also actively teaches principles of micro- and macroeconomics. To date, Jennifer’s student evaluations have exceeded department averages for every class taught. Jennifer’s teaching success demonstrates her skill in the art of explaining complicated economic theories and ideas in a manner digestible for a broad audience.
M.A. Economics, University of Memphis
B.S.B.A, Economics & Finance, Christian Brothers University
(Jennifer is currently pursuing a Ph.D. with ABD status. Beyond her coursework in Economics, Jennifer has taken graduate-level courses in Math, Finance, Information Systems, and Educational Psychology & Research)