Lindsey Selinger, a member of the Litigation group, focuses on security clearance issues and represents clients in all stages of the clearance process. She is also well-versed in all phases of litigation including discovery, trial preparation, and negotiation of settlements.
As part of her practice, Lindsey reviews SF-86 questionnaires for issues that may impede an individual’s clearance, provides responses to Interrogatories and Statements of Reasons, and engages the Department of Defense and other agencies to expeditiously settle clearance issues.
During 2014 and 2015, Lindsey worked on at least six cases in which the government withdrew the Statement of Reasons or granted a clearance based on the written mitigating explanation. These results, based on Lindsey’s investigative and drafting skills, eliminated the need for a hearing before The Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals. Lindsey’s experience enables her to identify the security concerns and implement a plan to provide the government with the mitigating information and/or evidence to evaluate a case and determine whether the individual is trustworthy to handle classified information.
*Lindsey Selinger is an independent contractor with Armstrong Teasdale.
Services and Industries
- Saint Louis University School of Law (J.D., 2011)
- Saint Louis University Public Law Review, Managing Editor (2010-2011), Staff (2009-2010)
- Academic Excellence Award in Appellate Advocacy
- Saint Louis University National Moot Court Team (Winner of the Edwin L. Weisl, Jr. Bowl for Second Place Brief)
- Legal Research and Writing Teaching Assistant
- London School of Economics (Certificate, 2006)
- International Human Rights Law and Finance
- University of Illinois at Chicago (B.A., 2006)
- Art History
- American Bar Association (Law Student Member)
- Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis (Law Student Member)
- Alpha Sigma Nu
Charitable and Civic Involvement
- Prison Performing Arts (Marketing and Development Committee, 2012-2013)
- Hands on Atlanta
- Hurricane Katrina Fund-Raising Aid
- Little City Foundation
While earning her law degree, Lindsey was managing editor of the Saint Louis University Public Law Review, member of the National Moot Court Team, and recipient of the Academic Excellence Award in Appellate Advocacy. During that time, she also served as a law clerk for The Honorable Michael J. Reagan of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois and as an intern with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the white-collar crime area. Lindsey was also active with the Saint Louis University Legal Clinic, handling unemployment appeals.