Lindsay C. Harrison is a litigator. She regularly participates in appellate litigation matters before the federal appellate courts and the Supreme Court in a wide variety of subject matters, including recent Supreme Court victories in
Lindsay C. Harrison is a litigator. She regularly participates in appellate litigation matters before the federal appellate courts and the Supreme Court in a wide variety of subject matters, including recent Supreme Court victories inWelch v. United States, Kucana v. Holder, and Nken v. Holder. Corporations and individuals turn to her for help with litigation in federal and state trial courts, as well as in both domestic and international arbitration. Ms. Harrison is also co-leader of Jenner & Block’s Hospitality and Gaming practice and is ranked by Chambers USA as one of the top hospitality and leisure lawyers in the United States. She has substantial experience litigating matters involving the hospitality industry, successfully representing hotel management companies in high-stakes, multi-million dollar lawsuits and arbitrations both throughout the United States and abroad.
Since 2015, Ms. Harrison has been ranked by Chambers as an Up and Coming leader in hospitality law, with clients touting her as a “tireless champion for our interests” who “always goes the extra mile.” In 2014, Law360 named Ms. Harrison a "Rising Star" in the hospitality practice area, one of only four young attorneys chosen nationwide for this recognition, and The National Law Journal selected her as a “D.C. Rising Star” – one of 40 “game-changing lawyers age 40 and under” who are “leaders in the law” in the nation’s capital. In 2013, she was named to the BTI Consulting Group’s Client Service All-Star List.
Ms. Harrison has a substantial pro bono practice, which has included a successful argument before the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of an asylum-seeker and the ongoing representation of a death row inmate in Georgia. In 2010, she received the inaugural Rosner and Rosner Young Professionalism Award from the American Bar Association, in recognition of her pro bono legal work and involvement in public service endeavors. For her work in the landmark immigration case of Nken v. Holder, Ms. Harrison was awarded the 2008 Albert E. Jenner, Jr. Pro Bono Award.
Ms. Harrison is Secretary of the Edward Coke Appellate Inn of Court. She also serves as a member of the firm's Finance and Associate Development & Evaluation Committees.