Lindsey Gutierrez is an experienced, well-rounded, and no-nonsense litigator who brings a pragmatic, targeted focus to each case she handles. She has a broad range of matrimonial and family law experience, handling high net worth divorces and complex child custody matters as well as drafting a plethora of motions, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, and a variety of other legal documents that are the mainstay of a fast-paced matrimonial practice. Lindsey also has invested her professional energies in the collaborative law process, having completed her training through the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
Prior to joining Moses & Ziegelman, LLP, Lindsey practiced law at two boutique firms focusing on matrimonial and criminal defense matters, and was co-counsel in a high-profile case featured on Dateline NBC. Lindsey also successfully appeared before the Ohio Supreme Court in State v. Johnson, 128 Ohio St.3d 153, 2010-Ohio- 6314.
Lindsey’s broad range of scholarship also includes the teaching of criminal defense courses at the University of Cincinnati, College of Law as well as lecturing both nationally and locally on the use of social media sites to assist attorneys in their investigation and preparation for trial, and in their preparation for, and conduct of, a Daubert hearing.
Lindsey received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Cincinnati College of Law where she was a member of the Moot Court Executive Honor Board, Immigration and Nationality Law Review (Editor), and Human Rights Quarterly (Senior Editor). She also participated in the Indigent Defense Clinic through the Ohio Justice and Policy Center and worked for the Ohio Innocence Project and the Denver Office of the Colorado State Public Defender. Lindsey currently lives in Manhattan with her husband, a transplant surgeon, and their son, Ellis.