A native of Florida, Lyndal grew up in Vero Beach before attending college in Winter Park. She graduated from Rollins College in Winter Park with a Bachelor’s in Sociology, and then returned to Rollins College to earn her Master of Business Administration through the 3/2 Accelerated Management Program.
Lyndal earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Florida – Frederic G. Levin College of Law. There, she was also recognized with an Excellence Award for her participation in the college’s Pro Bono Project, in which participants provide law-related services to organizations such as non-profit organizations, legal aid organizations, and other organizations with limited resources.
When asked about why she chose to pursue a career in law, Lyndal cites her passion for protecting others. In her own words:
“I love the human aspect to the work and being on the side of it where I can actually help individuals who have been harmed. I am surrounded by smart people all day who are skilled in finding the best solutions under the law to ensure the best possible outcome for their clients. A heightened level of empathy is achievable when you actively step in your client’s shoes, to understand their hurt to a level that gives you the power to fight their battles without any guarantee of compensation.”
When she isn’t fighting for our clients, Lyndal can be found either outdoors – snorkeling, fishing, or scuba diving – or creating art.
- Florida Justice Association
- Florida Bar
- Orange County Bar
- Central Florida Trial Lawyers Association
- Central Florida Association of Women Lawyers
Rollins College – Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
Rollins College – Master of Business Administration
3/2 Accelerated Management Program
University of Florida – Fredric G. Levin College of Law
- All Courts in the State of Florida
- U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
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