Jaqueline Galindo is a Paralegal at Pugh, Jones & Johnson, P.C. She received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Marquette University. She began her legal career as a Witness Protection Analyst for the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office. There she successfully enhanced the ability of the Witness Protection Unit to prevent, detect, and investigate witness intimidation by responding to referral and doing preemptive screening of serious felony cases. She later served as a paralegal for a mid-sized firm in the Chicago area. There she provided legal support on consumer protection cases and class action lawsuits.
At Pugh, Jones & Johnson, P.C., Ms. Galindo provides support in the areas of Complex Litigation and Public Finance. Her experience includes document examination and management, fact development, managing and utilizing e-discovery platforms and preparation for depositions and mediations/arbitrations.