Media & Publications
Over the years, Jessica has made hundreds of media appearances across the nation and around the globe on a diversity of legal topics.
When appropriate, we assist our clients in the creation and implementation of quality, ethical media campaigns (both paid and earned methods, including all mediums and social media).
Ms. Peck is a frequent contributor to Denver's various editorial venues, including The Denver Post editorial page, where she previously serving on the Post's “Battleground Colorado” panel (an interactive editorial board). She can often be seen on KBDI’s “Colorado Inside Out” and other local public affairs programming.
Previously, she was an on-air panelist for FOX’s ”Fox Box”, a weekly feature offering humorous takes on American politics. Her columns, frequently spotlighting client-specific causes, are carried by a wide array of publications, including Huffington Post and Human Events. She wrote for The Denver Post’s PoliticsWest.comfrom 2007 to 2009. Past media coverage includes the Wall Street Journal, the Times of London, Colorado Lawyer, Law Week, Washington Post, Newsweek, New York Times, Rolling Stone, NPR, MTV, Reason, Slate, the TODAY Show, MSNBC and FOX News, among many others.
Ms. Peck is the recipient of the Phillips Foundation’s Robert Novak Fellowship, an award under which she is completing a book titled Victim Nation.
She began her career as a print reporter with the Indianapolis Star, after which she served as a press secretary in the U.S. Senate. She has experience in nearly every media medium, having worked as a radio show producer, a sideline statistician, an editor, and a broadcast writer. She honed her skills through her tenure with the media relations staff for the University of Colorado’s athletic department, research fellowships with National Journal’s CongressDaily and CNN’s “New Economy” series, and as a freelancer with ESPN’s Monday Night Football, Gannett and multiple Colorado newspapers. She has covered major national and international events, including economic forums, professional sporting events, the 9-11 terrorist attacks, campus riots, reconciliation efforts in high-conflict regions, the Columbine High School shootings and national party conventions.