Lindsay M. Eichinger joined the firm in September 2019 as an associate attorney.  She assists clients in a variety of capacities including research and analysis of complex legal issues and drafting documents in support of litigation.

Lindsay earned her Juris Doctorate from Widener University Commonwealth Law School and was named valedictorian of the 2019 graduating class.  While attending Widener, Lindsay served as a law clerk and research assistant, as well as a legal extern to the Office of Inspector General within the Pennsylvania Office of General Counsel.  She received several honors including Best Oral Argument Award for 2017 Appellate Oral Arguments and Best Appellate Brief Award.  Lindsay was Internal Managing Editor of the Widener Law Review and a Patrick J. Murphy Law and Government Fellow.  She also served as Vice President of the Public Interest Law Society and President of the Women’s Law Caucus.

Prior to earning her J.D., Lindsay served in the United State Navy for six years, working as a language analyst for the Navy Information Operations Command in Fort Gordon, Georgia and the U.S. Navy National Security Agency in Fort Meade, Maryland.

Lindsay received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Oregon State University with a concentration in Law and Public Policy.  She also attended the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California where she earned an Associate of Arts degree in Hebrew.  Lindsay was awarded the Dean’s Provost Award, delivered the Commencement Speech and received a Letter of Appreciation from the Marine Corps Commandant for speaking at the Holocaust Days of Remembrance Ceremony.

A resident of Harrisburg, Lindsay is a member of the Dauphin County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations.