Lindsey Keiser

Lindsey Keiser is currently serving as an Assistant Attorney General in the Kentucky Office of the Attorney General. She practices in the Civil and Environmental Division, handling constitutional litigation at the trial level. In particular, Lindsey has defended against numerous challenges to the Commonwealth’s pro-life laws. Prior to coming to Kentucky, Lindsey lived in Washington, D.C. for several years. She initially went to D.C. for a college internship with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and then returned to attend law school at Georgetown University Law Center. After earning her Juris Doctor, Lindsey worked for the Foundation for Self-Government, where she wrote on various constitutional law topics. Lindsey was then hired as Legal Counsel for the Senate Judiciary Committee. In that role, she handled First Amendment, Second Amendment, and life issues. Lindsey is originally from Indiana and earned her Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University.

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