Jenner & Block

Kendall Turner is a litigator and a member of the Complex Commercial Litigation and Antitrust practice groups.  Her practice focuses on criminal justice, the environment, and antitrust.

Ms. Turner has experience representing clients throughout the various stages of litigation, including taking depositions, briefing a variety of motions, conducting complex electronic discovery, examining witnesses, and writing numerous appellate briefs.  She has served as part of a trial team representing a collective of musicians and record labels in a five-week proceeding before the Copyright Royalty Board, helped defend two international corporations against claims that they violated federal antitrust laws, and advised a major telecommunications company about possible challenges to proposed federal regulations.  She has also written an amicus brief challenging the constitutionality of suspicionless drug-testing of government employees.

Ms. Turner maintains an active pro bono practice.  She has represented an individual on death row seeking habeas relief, an individual seeking relief under the Privacy Act following the government’s disclosure of his Social Security Number, and an individual seeking release in a parole hearing.  She has also worked with several environmental advocacy groups seeking to identify land for conservation and to protect land already devoted to conservation.

Ms. Turner received her A.B. in Philosophy from Princeton University in 2007, and her J.D. from Stanford University in 2013.  At Stanford, she served as Executive Editor of the Stanford Law Review and Co-President of the Kirkwood Moot Court Competition.  She also worked for the Stanford Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, helping to represent a woman seeking to avoid deportation following her criminal conviction and a family seeking redress for their son’s death in prison.

Prior to joining Jenner & Block, Ms. Turner clerked for Chief Judge Merrick B. Garland of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and Justice Stephen Breyer of the U.S. Supreme Court.