Jennifer Trock is a partner in Baker McKenzie's International Commercial Practice Group and the Global Aviation Group in Washington, DC. She co-leads the Firm's unmanned aerial systems focus team and chairs the ABA's Forum Air & Space Law's Drone committee.
Ms Trock routinely advises domestic and foreign airlines, airports, aerospace manufacturers, travel distribution clients, and corporate entities on complex aviation-related regulatory, aviation safety, litigation, enforcement, commercial and financing matters. She has also handled all types of aviation-related regulatory issues, including matters before the US DOT, FAA, TSA, NTSB and PHMSA.
Ms Trock has extensive experience in foreign and domestic airline licensing, airline restructuring and citizenship requirements, airline route proceedings, appellant matters, international aviation (including bilateral air service agreements), public-private partnerships (including for US airports and infrastructure), corporate aviation, airport grant assurance and compliance, travel distribution and global distribution systems, rulemakings, M&A transactions, Part 77 obstruction evaluation, aviation safety and accident investigations.
Ms Trock focuses a substantial portion of her practice on aviation infra-structure related matters, including representation of the winning bidder (Aerostar) in the first large scale successful privatization of the Luis Munoz Marin International Airport - the first major US airport to successfully go through the FAA's Airport Privatization Program. She has also represented bidders in connection with privatization initiatives in Illinois (Chicago) and Texas.
Ms Trock has been recognized by Chambers USA, Aviation Regulatory – National (2007-2017) and has also received honors from Euromoney's Guide to the World's Leading Aviation Lawyers, Infrastructure Journal and The Washingtonian.
Ms Trock earned her BS from Wheaton College (cum laude). She received her JD from University of Notre Dame Law School.