Linsey Lovell

Linsey Lovell focuses her practice on general corporate and business matters, commercial litigation, bankruptcy and technology law. Linsey has experience in contract disputes, adversary proceedings, arbitration and construction defect litigation, including claims under Florida Statutes Chapter 558. Linsey also assists clients with entity formation, contract negotiation and real estate transactions.

A native of San Angelo, Texas, Linsey attended The University of Texas at Austin where she earned her Bachelor of Business Administration. After graduation, Linsey joined Cisco Systems, Inc. as part of an industry-leading leadership development program. She worked in the technology sector until 2012, when she returned to school to seek her Juris Doctor.

While in law school, Linsey served as intern clerk for the Honorable Judge Robert A. Junell in the United States District Court, Western District of Texas. She also worked as a research assistant for Stuart R. Cohn, providing editing assistance for the 2014-2015 edition of Florida Business Laws Annotated, was assistant managing editor of The Journal of Technology Law & Policy, and served as treasurer for the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Association.

Linsey also was selected as an inaugural member of UF Law’s Entrepreneurship Practicum, in which she provided provide pro bono representation on business development planning and related matters to entrepreneurs and small business owners in a high growth technology setting.

Linsey has been actively involved in Junior League since 2010, serving two years as the Co-Chair for the Riverwalk Run Pre-Race Party, where she was instrumental in raising more than $30,000 to support the Junior League of Greater Fort Lauderdale’s community projects. While in law school, she was an active member of the Junior League of Gainesville, working as Community Liaison between the League and the Bread of the Mighty Food Bank. She also served as a volunteer at the Bread of the Mighty Food Bank – a relationship she further enhanced while organizing hundreds of volunteer hours for various groups within the UF Law community as Vice President of Community Service for the John Marshall Bar Association.

Admitted to Practice

  • Florida
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida

Education

  • J.D., cum laude, University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law, 2015
  • B.B.A., University of Texas, McCombs School of Business, 2006

Professional & Community Involvement

  • Pillar Trustee Scholarship Judge, Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce
  • Sustaining Member, Junior League of Greater Fort Lauderdale
  • Volunteer Attorney, Venture Law Project, Dade Legal Aid
  • President, Texas Exes South Florida Chapter
  • Chapter Leader, McCombs School of Business Alumni Chapter – Miami
  • Member, Gala Committee, JDRF South Florida Chapter
  • Member, Florida Association for Women Lawyers, Miami-Dade Chapter
  • Member, The Florida Bar, Young Lawyers Division