Jonathan Lingo was born in Alexandria, Virginia and grew up in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. He received a Bachelor’s Degree from Syracuse University in 1996. Prior to receiving his Juris Doctorate from the California Western School of Law in 2004, Jonathan had the distinctions of being elected President of the Federalist Society and interning for the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
Jonathan became a respected member of the State Bar of California in 2005 and joined the LaCroix Law Group in San Diego, California. There he practiced Civil Litigation, Contract Law, Construction law, as well as Estate planning. Throughout his Career Jonathan has appeared before various Superior Courts throughout the State of California.
In 2007, Jonathan joined DuBoff & Associates, Chartered as an associate attorney and opened a branch of the firm in San Diego, California. In 2014, Jonathan returned to the Maryland branch of the firm and became a member of the Maryland and Massachusetts bars.
As a result of Jonathan’s return, the office has dramatically expanded its services in the areas of Trust and Estate Planning, Business Planning, Contracts and Real Property Litigation.
From the time when opening its doors in 1981, DuBoff & Associates, Chartered has built a national reputation for effective, ethical and caring legal service. We represent clients in Washington, D.C., and Maryland. Contact us online or at 301.495.3131 to arrange a consultation about your case.
Home and hospital visits are available to our seriously injured clients who are unable to make it to our office and we offer evening and weekend appointments when necessary. We are pleased to offer free initial consultations in personal injury cases and offer contingency fee arrangements when appropriate.
Areas of practice
- Lawsuits and disputes
- Estate planning
- Contracts and agreements
- Wills and estate law
- Business formation
- Civil litigation
- Criminal defense
- Personal injury
- California, 2005
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, 2005
- Maryland, 2014
- Massachusetts, 2014