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Jacob Lundy
Legal Research Analyst


Jacob Lundy has an extensive prior background in criminal investigations and criminal justice policy, having spent 12 years in major-city law enforcement as well as fulfilling a variety of concurrent roles in criminal justice reform, including collaborations with criminal justice agencies across Europe.  Jacob has authored several highly regarded criminal justice initiatives implemented across the US and globally and has frequently published in US media and specialist forums devoted to criminal justice policy.  


In 2017 Jacob embarked on a career change and pursued academic goals beyond criminal justice, obtaining his first law degree in the United Kingdom before going on to specialize in comparative law in advanced programs.  Jacob joined the Clark-Esposito Law Firm, P.C. in 2020 as a natural fit.  Jacob’s dynamic international background and ongoing legal studies serves the firm’s practice areas and diverse array of domestic and foreign clients well.


  • Instructor and Curriculum Developer (certification), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), US

  • Cross-Cultural Management (certification), University of Vaasa, Finland

  • LLB English Common Law; EU Law, King’s College, University of London UK

  • Postgraduate Laws Certification, Foreign and Comparative Law, University of London School of Advanced Study UK

  • LLM Foreign and Comparative Law, University of London School of Advanced Study UK (expected 2023)


  • Is Unfettered Speech Sabotaging Western Democracy? Bad faith speech and a comparative examination of US, UK, and Strasbourg speech doctrine (Comparative Public Law Dissertation, UK)

  • There is More to Exports than Exporting: The growing reach of the deemed export rule, Global Trade and Customs Journal, co-authored with Managing Attorney Deanna Clark (volume 18, issue 4, 2023)


  • Three-time recipient of Outstanding Law Enforcement Service Award (January 2007, August 2007, and December 2008),

  • Unit Citation Award, Task Force/Street Crimes (2009)

  • Medal of Merit for Bravery in the Line of Duty (2015)

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