Lindsey R. Dodd

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Lindsey R. Dodd is a seasoned litigator with extensive experience representing clients through all aspects of the adversarial process, including developing strategies, formulating the necessary documents and papers to pursue or defend a matter, motion practice, disclosure, and trial. A diligent advocate, Ms. Dodd currently represents several municipalities, and in addition to litigation, her practice includes real estate transactions, corporate formation, and municipal law. She is actively licensed to practice in NY, CT, PA, and the EDPA, and barred but inactive in four other states.

Ms. Dodd graduated Cum Laude from Albany Law School in 2016, where she presented a seminar on law and the sharing economy as the Symposium Editor for the Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology. She also supplemented her legal studies at La Sorbonne in Paris and Cornell Law School. Ms. Dodd is credited for her research in Prof. Ray Brescia’s book, The Future of Change: How Technology Shapes Social Revolutions. She also conducted legal writing and citation workshops as teaching assistant to Prof. Dorothy Hill’s Introduction to Lawyering course. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Dodd worked as an attorney with the law firm RoseWaldorf PLLC, where she earned invaluable litigation experience in courts throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.

Before commencing her legal career as a paralegal in Hawaii, Ms. Dodd was a classical musician in Guam. She directed the Guam Symphony Chorale, taught voice at the University of Guam, and was a violinist in the Guam Symphony Chorale.


New York, 2017
New Jersey, 2017
Pennsylvania, 2017
New Hampshire, 2017
Connecticut, 2018
Alabama, 2018
South Carolina, 2018


Albany Law School of Union University, Albany, New York, 2016, J.D., Cum Laude
Honors: Patricia E. Salkin, Esq. ’88 Government Law Center Award
Symposium Editor, Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology, Volume 26
Research Assistant to Prof. Raymond Brescia
Teaching Assistant to Prof. Dorothy Hill, Introduction to Lawyering
Domenick L. Gabrielli Appellate Advocacy Moot Court Competition, 2014
Moot Court – Senior Prize Trials, 2015-2016
Study Abroad: Cornell-Sorbonne Summer Institute, Paris 2014

American Public University, Charles Town, West Virginia 2012
Certificate of Paralegal Studies
Honors: 4.0 GPA

Centenary College of Louisiana, Shreveport, Louisiana, 2009
Bachelor of Arts in Music
Honors: Dean’s List, President’s Scholarship


New York State Bar Association, Member
New Hampshire Bar Association, Member
South Carolina Bar Association, Member
Alabama Bar Association, Member


RoseWaldorf PLLC, Associate Attorney, 2016-2020
Salazar and Erikson, LLP, Law Clerk, 2015-2016
Honorable Mark L. Powers, Schenectady County Family Court, Judicial Intern, 2015
New York State Gaming Commission, Field Placement Intern, 2014
Bottner & Skillman Attorneys at Law Legal Intern, 2014
Law Offices of James T. Wong, Paralegal, 2012-2013


Phi Alpha Delta, Vice Justice
Sigma Alpha Iota


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