Full Name
Lindsay Harrison
Title
Partner
Speaker Bio
Lindsay is a partner in Jenner & Block’s Appellate and Supreme Court Litigation and Complex Commercial Litigation practices in Washington, DC. Lindsay's practice spans a diverse range of matters and clients, many of which involve high-stakes legal challenges to government action. For instance, on behalf of Microsoft, Princeton, and a Princeton student, Lindsay recently won a legal challenge to the President's rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. And on behalf of the Union of Concerned Scientists, she recently won a legal challenge to an EPA directive limiting the participation of scientists from academia and nonprofit organizations on federal science advisory committees. Lindsay also leads the firm’s hospitality practice and regularly represents clients in higher education, entertainment, and tech, not only in appeals but also in commercial litigation and arbitration, regulatory matters, and crisis management.

Lindsay has been named to the BTI Consulting Group's Client Service All-Star List, honored as a “DC Rising Star” by the National Law Journal, and named one of the "Best LGBT Lawyers Under 40" by the National LGBT Bar Association. She is also one of the youngest attorneys to have argued in the Supreme Court of the United States, where she argued her first case in any court and won an important victory for immigrants seeking asylum in this country.

Lindsay lives in Takoma Park, Maryland with her wife, Jonna, and her children, Max and Nava. She is honored and excited to be speaking with such a dynamic and diverse group of panelists at ChIPs this year.
Lindsay Harrison