Ms. Lindsay has been licensed to practice law in Florida and Alabama since 1996. After specializing in employment law for most of her career, Ms. Lindsay left her partnership at Johnston Barton Proctor & Rose, LLP, to join her father’s practice, where she has enjoyed expanding her civil practice to a variety of areas, including personal injury. She has experience handling claims under the ADA, FMLA, Title VII, FLSA, and under state laws protecting employee rights. She has an active probate practice.

Ms. Lindsay has litigated matters before juries, federal and state judges, administrative hearing officers, and arbitrators. As a management lawyer, Ms. Lindsay frequently represented insured employers and achieved success through summary judgment motion practice. Her jury trial experience includes a ten-day trial on behalf of multiple plaintiffs in federal court. She was first or second chair on multiple bench trials on behalf of class action opt-outs, which led to her involvement in pursuing a multi-million-dollar fee petition on behalf of her former firm, Gordon Silberman Wiggins & Childs. While at Johnston Barton, Ms. Lindsay and her co-counsel achieved a defense verdict in a sexual harassment case after 17 minutes of deliberation by the jury.

Ms. Lindsay participated in the Leadership Forum sponsored by the Alabama Bar Association as well as MOMENTUM, sponsored by the YWCA in Birmingham. Ms. Lindsay is a past president of her local Kiwanis Club. She is a member of IMPACT 100. She is the treasurer for the Escambia-Santa Rosa Bar Association. She serves as a Program Co-Chair for the Employment Rights & Responsibilities Committee of the Labor & Employment Section of American Bar Association. Ms. Lindsay is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation.

Ms. Lindsay graduated with honors from B. T. Washington High School in 1988. She is an honors graduate of the University of Alabama and the Florida State University College of Law, where she served as Executive Editor for the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law. In 1995-1996, Ms. Lindsay served as clerk to the late former Justice Janie L. Shores, the first woman elected to the Supreme Court of Alabama. Ms. Lindsay and her children are members of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Milton.

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