Lindsay is from Abbeville, Louisiana. She earned her Bachelor degree in Political Science from Loyola University New Orleans where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. After receiving her Juris Doctor from Loyola University New Orleans School of Law, Lindsay moved back to Acadiana.
Lindsay is licensed to practice in all Louisiana state and federal courts and is a member of the Federal Bar Association, Louisiana Bar Association, Lafayette Bar Association, and Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel.
Lindsay Meador Young was awarded the 2010 Louisiana State Bar Association Young Lawyers Section Pro Bono Award for her extensive pro bono work in the Lafayette community and the 2011 Lafayette Volunteer Lawyers Outstanding Attorney Award. In addition, Lindsay was named Super Lawyers Rising Star 2016. She also serves on the Lafayette Volunteer Lawyers Committee for the Lafayette Bar Foundation and on the executive board of the Lafayette Young Lawyers’ Association.
Last Minute Challenge to Foreclosure by Executory Process Defeated by Oral Argument Only
Lafayette Attorneys Tiger Pharr and Lindsay Meador Young Obtain Summary Judgment
Reformation Action Successful on Behalf of Lender
Right of Passage Established and Cash Sale Reformed
Summary Judgment Granted Based on Tacit Ratification
Member of Lafayette Young Lawyers Board (Co-chair of Law Week Committee 2008-2009, Chairman of Mock Trial Committee 2009-2010, Secretary/Treasurer of Executive Board 2010-2011)
Member of Lafayette Volunteer Lawyers Board, Lafayette Bar Foundation 2009-2011
Federal Bar Association
Louisiana Bar Association
Lafayette Bar Association
Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel
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