Lindsey Savage practices in the fields of general corporate law, litigation, and intellectual property law.
Lindsey has spent nearly a decade working at law firms representing global corporate clients. She has worked with corporations, business owners, and individuals, handling business-related transactional and litigation matters in New York, Tokyo, Monterey, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Seattle. Prior to attending law school, Lindsey worked in the television industry in Manhattan.
Lindsey earned her Doctor of Jurisprudence at St. John’s University School of Law in Queens, NY, where she served on the boards of the Intellectual Property Law Society and on the Entertainment, Art, and Sports Law Society and participated in the Domestic Violence Litigation Clinic in collaboration with New York Legal Assistance Group, a non-profit dedicated to providing free civil legal services to New Yorkers who cannot afford a private attorney.
A Michigan native and graduate of the University of Michigan, Lindsey enjoys traveling the world with her family. Lindsey has been repeatedly recognized for her dedication to pro-bono work by the New York and Washington State Bar Associations and has a soft spot for non-profit organizations serving the military community.
Central District of California
Supreme Court of the United States
Professional & Civic Associations
Director, National Conference of Women’s Bar Associations (2018 –2019)
Founding Member & Director, Military Spouse J.D. Network (2012-2018)
Director, Military Spouse Advocacy Network (2017 - present)
Trustee, Providence Hospice and Home Health Foundation (2014-2015)
Leadership Board, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (2013-2015)
Member, Junior League of Seattle (and formerly, Monterey County) (2011 to present)
J. D., St John’s University School of Law, Queens, NY
J.D. Semesters Abroad, Beasley School of Law at Temple University, Tokyo, Japan
B. A., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI