Lindsay is from Frankfort, Kentucky and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Western Kentucky University (WKU) in December 2016 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Agribusiness. While attending WKU, Lindsay served as Chapter President of her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi, and was selected Outstanding Agribusiness Student of the Year in 2016.
Upon graduation from WKU, Lindsay attended the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville and graduated Magna Cum Laude in May 2020. While attending the Brandeis School of Law, Lindsay clerked for an insurance defense firm in Middletown, Kentucky, participated in the American Inn of Court as a Pupil member, served as the Moot Court Board Executive Vice-President, and as a University of Louisville Law Review Associate Symposium Editor.
Also during her time at the Brandeis School of Law, Lindsay participated in the Intrastate Mock Trial competition against students from the University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law and the Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law winning Best Advocate of the competition in both 2018 and 2019.
Lindsay obtained her limited student practice license, pursuant to Supreme Court Order 2.540, and participated in the Louisville Metro Public Defender Externship, specifically with the juvenile public defenders, and received the “Top Student” award for her work and performance in the Criminal Defense Trial Practice Court and Public Defender Externship. Lindsay was also awarded the Robert C. Jayes Memorial Award for demonstrating academic merit, communication skills, and leadership qualities while attending the Brandeis School of Law. Lindsay’s Law Review Note: Judicious Use of Antibiotics: Biting the Hands that Feed Us, was selected for publication in the 58th Volume of the University of Louisville Law Review.
Bob Young, Managing Partner for ELPO Law, says, “We are excited to have Lindsay on the ELPO Law team and ready to send her to Court. When we interviewed her earlier this year, we were blown away by her excitement to get into the Courtroom. Lindsay will be a great asset to our well-rounded ELPO Law team and for our clients who depend on us for consistently high-quality work.”
Lindsay is married to William Porter, and they are excited to be back in Bowling Green where they met at Western Kentucky University in 2013. Lindsay says that she is eager to become involved in serving the Bowling Green community and is thrilled to learn from and work alongside the distinguished group of lawyers at ELPO Law.
Learn more about Lindsay here: https://www.elpolaw.com/attorneys/lindsay-t-porter/