Lecturer in Liberal Studies–Legal Studies
Linda Gironda is an Associate Court Attorney for the New York State Unified Court System. She serves in a confidential capacity for two judges at the Peekskill City Court, where she drafts opinions, decisions, and memoranda and provides legal research and analysis on criminal and civil matters.
Linda is also a part-time lecturer at Purchase College, where she teaches several legal courses, including Legal Research, American Constitutional Law, The Anatomy of a Trial and the Jury Process, Current Social Issues and the Law, and The Law and Film.
Prior to earning her law degree, Linda worked for the IBM Corporation for 16 years in various international sales and marketing positions. There, she had worldwide sales and marketing responsibilities for clients such as Colgate-Palmolive and the Sony Electronics Corporation. Linda also worked in Strategy and Business Development for IBM’s Distribution Industry. While at IBM, Linda earned her MBA in marketing with a designation in international business.
Linda recently received her Doctorate in Education from Columbia University.
On a personal note, Linda and her husband Robert have three sons. They are all avid skiers/snowboarders, and they hit the slopes in Vermont as often as possible during the winter months.
- Legal Research
- American Constitutional Law
- The Law and Film
- The Anatomy of a Trial and the Jury Process
- Current Social Issues and the Law
- The Nature and Function of Law
- Law, Order and Disobedience
- COIL - Collaborative Online International Learning - Partnership with Universidad La Salle Morelia, Mexico