Je’Quana Orr focuses her practice on business litigation. She represents clients in a variety of business disputes. Specifically, she has worked on cases involving general commercial contractual disputes, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, business torts, unfair trade practices, and products liability.
Je’Quana’s pro bono efforts include representing victims of domestic violence in restraining order hearings and representing children in child neglect proceedings. She has also represented an employee who had been subpoenaed to testify in a deposition and represented a client during a tax appeal.
While attending the University of Connecticut’s School of Law, Je’Quana worked as a student attorney for the School’s Asylum and Human Rights Clinic. In that role, she co-authored a successful brief, in which the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services granted her client asylum. Je’Quana also was a legal representative for the Connecticut Fund for the Environment. In that role she researched and drafted legal memoranda on various environmental issues.
Prior to joining the firm, Je’Quana was a member in the Army National Guard for six years.