Attorney, TV Legal Analyst more
Gwendolyn E. Lindsay-Jackson is licensed attorney and a freelance international television legal analyst who has appeared on major television news networks in the United States, the Middle East, North Africa and Europe. Ms. Lindsay-Jackson has an extensive legal background in Criminal, Civil and Military Law as private practicing attorney and a former New York Army National Guard JAG, USAR JAG, per diem Bergen County Municipal Appeals Attorney, Bergen County Legal Services Attorney and former paralegal for the Kings County District Attorney Homicide Bureau. Through these experiences Ms. Lindsay-Jackson has worked on homicide, sexual assault, drug related offenses, military operational law, wills trusts and estates, divorce, child custody, child support, real estate and personal injury cases. Gwendolyn E. Lindsay-Jackson, began her career as an attorney in the early 1990s and began appearing on major television news programs as a legal analyst since 2005. Since that time, she has covered many high profile legal proceedings and inquiries, including the Ana Nicole Smith Death Inquest, and the Duke Rape Trial, the Seton Hall University Fire Sentencing, the Corruption Indictment of the former Newark New Jersey Mayor Sharpe James, the Roger Clemens Human Growth Hormone Inquiry, the Alex Rodriguez MLB Suspension, the death of U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Maria Lauterbach, the Casey Anthony Murder Trial and the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell. Ms. Lindsay-Jackson has appeared as a legal analyst on a variety of high profile major national network news programs, including Alhurra/ Middle East Broadcast Network, CNN, HLN, In Session (Court TV), True TV, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, News 12 New Jersey and TheTVNews.TV Gwendolyn E. Lindsay-Jackson, who retired as a Major, faithfully served over 24 years in the United States Army Reserves and National Guard with duties as both a military prosecutor and defense counsel on administrative separation matters. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Legal a studies from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, Gwendolyn received her Juris Doctor degree from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington Delaware. While pursuing her law degree, she served as a summer intern at the Pennsylvania Civil Law Clinic at Widener University School of Law and as a Training Management Instructor at the Empire State Military Academy, Camp Smith, in Peekskill, New York. Ms. Lindsay-Jackson has two children who are attending the State University of Buffalo in Buffalo, New York and Johnson and Wales University in Charlotte North Carolina.