Jensen N. Wallace practices in all areas of family law, including divorce: custody, child support, kinship-guardianship, and adoption as well as adult guardianship. She graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law.
After receiving her bachelor’s degree in Criminology from Northern Arizona University, Jensen worked at a civil defense firm before moving to Guatemala for a year. In Guatemala, Jensen taught English and math to students in a non-traditional school setting. Through her work in Guatemala Jensen discovered her love of serving communities. She started law school immediately after returning to New Mexico and received her certificate in Indian Law. While in law school Jensen worked in the Southwest Indian Law Clinic and is a trained Peace Circles Facilitator.
Jensen is active on the New Mexico State Bar Committee For Women in the Legal Profession and is a co-host of the #LawMoms initiative. Through her work on this committee Jensen is able to address substantive issues affecting female lawyers. She also serves on the board of Session at her church, where she has been a member for 20 years.
Jensen was born and raised in New Mexico and is deeply committed to serving New Mexicans, including volunteering time for pro bono cases. She understands the unique situations present in our state and advocates fiercely for her clients.
Northern Arizona University
Bachelor of Science in Crimonology
University of New Mexico School of Law
State Bar of New Mexico Family Law Section
Albuquerque Bar Association