Jennifer Brooke Sargent, J.D.

Visiting Associate Professor of Writing

I’m interested in how written, spoken and visual rhetoric about crime, law and ethics affects us as scholars and as citizens.  I help my students see how rhetoric in these contexts can influence their perceptions and beliefs.  I teach my students how to persuade their audiences with different rhetorical approaches, in-depth research, clear and concise writing and passion for their topics. 

Curriculum Vitae LinkedIn
646-9777
303 Parker House
HB 6250
Department:
Institute for Writing and Rhetoric
Education:
B.A. Emory University
J.D. Suffolk University Law School

Speaking Engagements

The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth College (September 18, 2014)
Annual Constitution Day Commemoration Speech:
“Hey, You Can’t Just Look in There: Current Fourth Amendment Issues Regarding Cell Phone
and Email Privacy after Riley v. California (2014).”


First Year Family Weekend Faculty Lecture - Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
Lecture: Turning "The Stuff I Think About" into College Level Writing: Building Blocks

Dartmouth College, Hanover NH
Dartmouth Link Up Women’s Mentoring Network – Annual Proud to be a Woman Dinner
Keynote Speaker Presentation: Making Courage A Habit

American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law Lecturer/Panelist: Ethical Dilemmas Posed by Lateral Hiring

NH Bar Association, Manchester NH Panelist: Legal Ethics Panel, Mid-Year Bar Association Meeting

NH Bar Association, Manchester NH Participant: Legal Ethics “game show” (role of judge), Mid-Year Bar Association Meeting

Department of Vermont State’s Attorneys, Annual Conference, Burlington, VT Lecture: Ethical Prosecution: Rule 3.8 and Current Case Law

Frank Rowe Kenison Inn of Court, Hanover, NH Lecture: Ethical Considerations in the Use and Production of Metadata Within Electronically Transmitted Documents

Radio and Television Appearances

New Hampshire Public Radio - The Exchange with Laura Knoy (12/4/14)

Smartphone Searches and Free Speech On Facebook: Interpreting The Constitution In The Digital Age

       Listen at:

http://nhpr.org/post/smartphone-searches-and-free-speech-facebook-interpreting-constitution-digital-age

Television Consultant and On Camera Expert

Network: Discovery ID Production Company: XCON Productions
Show: A Crime To Remember (Emmy Award 2014 - Outstanding Individual Achievement in a
Craft: Lighting Direction & Scenic Design)
Season 1 (Episodes 2: The Career Girl Murders (Nov. 19, 2013 original air date)), Episode 3:
Judge, Jury, Executioner (Nov. 26, 2013 original air date)), and Episode 4: Time Bomb (Dec.
3, 2013 original air date)). Took Season 2 off due to other commitments.
Season 3 (Season 3 premier November 10, 2015 – my episodes: December 8, 2015 ("Comedy of Terrors"); December 15, 2015 ("The Wrong Man").