Lindsay Killeen is an associate in Jackson Walker’s Austin office focused on trial and appellate litigation and administrative law. Her practice concentrates on takings (including flooding and regulatory), groundwater, electricity, open governance, and Public Information Act appeals.
Prior to Jackson Walker, Lindsay practiced at an environmental law firm based in Texas, where she handled defense of multidistrict litigation arising from the February 2021 winter storm, assisted in the defense of large-scale claims arising from Hurricane Harvey, and represented water supply corporations in litigation regarding corporate governance, real estate transactions, and member representative/derivative suits.
While attending law school, Lindsay served as a law clerk for the Honorable Aurora Martinez Jones of the 126th Civil District Court and was a member of the Advanced Litigation Clinic, which included representing children as an Attorney Ad Litem in litigation with Child Protective Services.
B.S., summa cum laude, Abilene Christian University
J.D., University of Texas School of Law
- Advanced Litigation Clinic
“2019 Case Law Update,” Changing Face of Water Rights Conference (2020)
- New Leaf Agriculture – Multicultural Refugee Coalition, Community Organizer, 2019-Present