Lindsey A. Roberts

Lindsey Roberts has a diverse national practice that includes commercial litigation, insurance and financial services litigation, energy litigation, and false claims. She represents clients at both the trial and appellate level, in both state and federal court. Lindsey is also a trained Title IX investigator, working on sexual harassment and misconduct investigations for educational institutions.

Previously, Lindsey clerked at the U.S. Department of Justice in the Commercial Litigation, Civil Fraud Section, where she focused on health care fraud and banking fraud, as well as served as a legal intern to the general counsel of the League of Conservation Voters in Washington, D.C. During law school, she worked at the Duke University Health Justice Clinic, providing free legal assistance to low-income, HIV-infected clients. She also was involved in the Duke Innocence Project as a member of the Special Litigation Team. Prior to law school, Lindsey worked as a legal assistant at a leading default litigation law firm.

Professional & Community Activities

  • Member, Columbus Bar Association
  • Member, Ohio State Bar Association
  • Member, Federal Bar Association
  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Committee Member, Barrister Leadership Program Planning Committee (2019)
  • Participant, Barrister Leadership Program (2018)

Presentations & Published Works

  • Speaker, “Litigation, Education, and Retaliation Now,” Alliance to End Sexual Violence, August 2018
  • Author, "Diary of a New Associate: Balancing Insecurities with Confidence," Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly, Spring 2018

Bar Admissions & Activities

  • Admitted, State of Ohio, 2017
  • Admitted, United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio, 2018


  • Duke University School of Law (J.D.), 2017; Secretary, Duke Bar Association; Women Law Students Association; Executive Editor, Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy; Special Litigation Team, Duke Innocence Project; Health Justice Clinic
  • The Ohio State University (B.A., cum laude, Political Science), 2013; Honors Program; Outstanding Political Science Department Member; Undergraduate Representative, Dean’s Student Advisory Board; University Ambassador, Undergraduate Admissions Office