Lynda Hinkle is a bar-certified attorney in the State of New Jersey. She holds a J. D. from Rutgers School of Law Camden, a Masters in English from Rutgers University, and a Masters in Teaching from Rowan University. She is also a Realtor with Romano Realty working in the residential and rental market and is Of Counsel to the firm Moustakas Nelson, working for them in family law and estate work.
She worked as a teacher, an adjunct professor, and an entrepreneur. She founded Working to Halt Online Abuse and served as its first president, acted as a district representative for New Jersey Congressman Rob Andrews, and was Editor-In-Chief of MP Journal, an international, peer-reviewed feminist academic journal. She has done a significant amount of freelance, professional, and academic writing in her career.
She has also written a book, Breaking Up: Finding and Working with a New Jersey Divorce Attorney.
Though her legal career has been successful, Hinkle has never strayed from her communal roots. She served on the Alumni Board at Rowan University, is a Board of Trustee of the Camden County Bar Association Foundation, and is a participant in many more volunteer and pro bono activities, including a significant amount of lobbying for domestic violence and human trafficking causes and often consults with legislators about pending litigation in family law/domestic violence matters.
Family Law, Divorce, Custody, Support, Domestic Violence, LGBT Family Law, Adoption, Elder Law – Guardianships, Estate Administration, Will Contests, Estate Litigation, Family and Estate Mediation, Family Appellate Work.