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Attorney at Law

Education

2015 LL.M. Health Law & Policy                                    
Southern Illinois University School of Law
Carbondale, IL

2011 J.D. Law
Southern Illinois University School of Law
Carbondale, IL
- Journal of Legal Medicine
- Teaching Assistant

2006 B.A. Communication
University of South Florida
Tampa, FL

1998 A.A. & Technical Certifications
Pasco-Hernando State College
New Port Richey, FL
- EMT-B Certification
- Firefighter

Licensed

  • State of Illinois
  • U.S. Federal District Court for Southern Illinois
  • U.S. Federal District Court for Northern Illinois
  • VA Accredited Attorney (Dept. of Veterans Affairs)
  • Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims

Memberships

  • President of Jefferson County Bar Association
  • Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Life Member
  • American Association of Justice
  • 31st Infantry Regimen Association Life Member
  • Illinois State Bar Association
  • American Bar Association

Publications & Presentations

Probate Basics, National Business Institute (NBI), November 12, 2018. CLE Presentation in Fairview Heights, Illinois.

Brietzke, C. & Lindsay, J. R., Demystifying Neuropsychology in Elder Law Practice, in Advising Elderly Clients and their Families, Chapter 16, Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education (IICLE) (2015) (rev. 2018).

Jaye R. Lindsay, Survey of Elder Abuse and Neglect in Illinois, in Advising Elder Clients and their Families, Chapter 13, Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal education (IICLE) (2015) (rev. 2018).

Lindsay, J. R., Peer Review, American Bar Association (ABA), Legal Guide for Military Families (Random House 2012).

Lindsay, J. R., The Need for More Specific Legislation in Sexual Consent Capacity Assessments for Nursing Home Residents: How Grandpa Got His Groove Back, 31 J. Leg. Med. 303 (2010).

Lindsay, J. R., Multiple Case Briefs, Legal Medicine Perspectives (2010).

Lindsay, J. R., Poverty, Profits, and Provena: A Demographic Approach to Charity Care, Illinois Association of Health law Attorneys (First-Place, 2010 Student Writing Competition).

Free Consultations

All potential personal injury and criminal defense clients receive a 30-minute consultation free of charge. There is, however, a limited exception for jail visits. We will make a jail visit to any potential client currently in police custody within 2 hours of our office for a small travel fee. This will vary based on distance.

Find a location near you

618-515-5555