Jacqueline is a junior paralegal and licensed private investigator with the State of Oregon. She is also a first-year law student at Lewis & Clark Law School. Jacqueline assists in preparing motions, discovery requests, and subsequent review of myriad case topics, including Ballot Measure 11, Title IX, and Major Felonies. She is an integral member of the investigative process – assisting in client meetings, locating and conducting witness interviews, site investigation, exhibit preparation, and providing testimony in court.

She excels in document management techniques, drafting investigative reports, subpoenas, declarations, and assisting in client intake, communication, and legal research. Her knowledge of law firm systems such as LexisNexis and Westlaw provide valuable assistance in attorney research and work product.

Jacqueline received her Bachelor’s degree from Washington State University and her Masters of Science in Criminal Justice from Boston University. She also holds a Crime Analysis certification and is proficient in systems such as PowerBI, ArcGIS, SQL, and other database management systems.

When Jacqueline is not working or attending law school, she enjoys spending time with her two horses and cats and participating on several student organization boards at Lewis & Clark.