JEFFREY L. BAKER
Renni has been a lawyer for 14 years. She graduated cum laude from Cleveland Marshall College of Law. After becoming a lawyer she worked in the state legislature as a judiciary analyst for the House Judiciary Committee, and was special counsel to the House Majority/Robert Vigil Impeachment Committee.
During her time at the Legislature, Renni was featured in a movie called “Garbage Warrior,” which chronicled legislative efforts by architect Michael Reynolds to use unconventional materials to build earth ship homes at a designated test site, in the face of opposition from traditional homebuilders.
Renni also worked for the Eight Northern Pueblos representing Native Americans in both tribal and state courts for a variety of matters, including domestic violence, family law, and financial matters. During this time, she taught police officers how to interview domestic violence victims, and was a speaker for the New Mexico Bar regarding the link between domestic violence and criminal behavior.
Since joining The Baker Law Group, Renni has succesfully handled a number of civil rights cases on behalf of both Plaintiffs and Defendants. She prides herself on her passion to serve her clients' interests, as well as her relentless work ethic in pursuing every avenue available to serve her clients.
Renni's love for interior design and artistic expression consumes her free time. She lives in Santa Fe with her 4 little dogs, whom she adores.
Jeff has been a trial lawyer for 40 years. He graduated from Harvard College and from SUNY at Buffalo Law School. He was a felony trial lawyer in the Bernalillo County District Attorney’s office and the New Mexico Public Defender’s office. He served as chief of the civil litigation division for the Legal Department of the City of Albuquerque before going into private practice. He is recognized by Martindale Hubbell with its highest rating (AV), and by Best Lawyers in America.
Jeff is a member of the State Bar of New Mexico Client Protection Commission. Jeff also serves as special disciplinary counsel to the New Mexico Supreme Court, and is a member of the Supreme Court Code of Professional Conduct Committee.
For 25 years Jeff has been a board member of the Anti-Defamation League (3 times serving as president of the New Mexico region), and he is on the board of Albuquerque Film and Music Experience. He is the Executive Producer of a short anti-bullying film, The Time That Remains.