Lindsay Lee is an Associate Attorney with Gray, Rust, St. Amand, Moffett and Brieske in Atlanta, Georgia. Her practice is focused on civil litigation, specifically in the areas of insurance defense and insurance coverage.
Prior to joining GRSMB, Lindsay clerked for Honorable Holly W. Veal, a Superior Court judge in Henry County. As a senior staff attorney, she spent most of her time researching an array of topics on the civil side of the law, preparing orders for both criminal and civil cases, and corresponding with attorneys to close out cases. Outside of work, Lindsay is a Member-at-Large with the Atlanta Bar Association’s CLE Board of Trustees. She works to put on CLEs to update practicing attorneys on the changing laws and provide opportunities for networking.
Lindsay received her J.D. from the University of South Carolina School of Law where she served as Deputy Editor-in-Chief for the Law and Education Journal. She also served as a Juvenile Arbitrator for Lexington County through USC’s pro bono office. Lindsay earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a double minor in Criminal Justice and Spanish at Mercer University. During the summer of her sophomore year, she studied abroad in Seville, Spain with Cross-Cultural Exchange where she learned to speak Spanish.
In her spare time, Lindsay enjoys any outdoor activity with friends, traveling, and exploring new restaurants in the Atlanta area with her mom.