Editor in Chief
Lindsey is originally from Arkadelphia, Arkansas but has called Birmingham home for nearly three years. Lindsey attended college at Ouachita Baptist University where she majored in finance, political science, and history. While at OBU, Lindsey served as Student Body President and Special Events Chair of the Ouachita Student Foundation.
After college, Lindsey and her husband, Jacob, lived in the Czech Republic, taught English, and helped with a church planting team in Hradec Kralove.
At Cumberland, Lindsey is involved in Honor Court, the Career Development Advisory Board, Judge James Erwin Inn of Court, is a Judge Abraham Caruthers Teaching Fellow, and serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Cumberland Law Review. Lindsey is earning her J.D. and M.B.A. from Cumberland and the Brock School of Business.
After law school, Lindsey will join Balch & Bingham in their banking and financial services practice group. In her free time, Lindsey enjoys reading, playing with her two Dalmatians, and cite checking Law Review articles.
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