Areas of ConcentrationBicycle Accidents
Lindsey Glantz joined Glantzlaw’s Personal Injury division in 2011. Lindsey's practice is focused on bicycle accidents, automobile accidents, dog bites, personal injury claims, premises liability, and inadequate security.
During her undergraduate years, Lindsey was president of her business fraternity and received a graduation award chosen by her peers for leadership and scholastic achievement. An outstanding student, Lindsey attended law school on a full academic scholarship, received the highest grade award in her writing and mediation classes, and served as marketing editor for the Nova Law Review. She also was president of the Student Animal League Defense Fund.
A talented and community-minded leader, Lindsey employs her skills by serving as immediate past Chair of the Young Leadership of the Jewish Federation of Broward County. She is also on the board of directors for the Jewish Federation of Broward County.
Florida Education Nova Southeastern University (J.D., Magna Cum Laude)
Washington University in St. Louis (B.S., Business Administration)
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
Goodwin Scholarship, Full Academic Scholarship Recipient, Nova Southeastern University
Book Award, Lawyering Skills and Values II and Mediation Workshop
Broad Fellowship, Nova Southeastern University
Dean’s List, Nova Southeastern University
Loeb Prize in Leadership, Graduation Award for Leadership and Scholastic Achievement, Washington University in St. Louis
Alumni Chesed Award, David Posnack Jewish Day School
Professional and Community Involvement
Broward County Bar Association
David Posnack Jewish Day School, Alumni Committee
Horizons Leadership Program (Graduate)
Jewish Federation of Broward County (Board Member)
Jewish Federation of Broward County Attorney’s Division (Steering Committee)
Jewish Federation of Broward County Young Leadership Division (Past Chair)
Student Animal League Defense Fund ( Past President)
Publications and Presentations - Publications
Contributing author of a research paper on a civil rights issue (Anti-Defamation League)