Elizabeth Green Lindsey

Contact Information
3400 Peachtree Rd NE
Ste 1400
Atlanta,Georgia - 30326-1189

Phone: 404 - 261-3900

Practice State


Traditional Practice


Professional Title

Managing Partner

Law School / Year / Degree

UNC-Chapel HIll/1985/JD

State/Year Admitted to Practice

NC-1985; Ga-1989

AAML National Positions Held

President Elect (2019-2020) First Vice President (2018-2019) Second Vice President (2016-2018) Secretary (2013-2015) Co-Chair of the AAML Strategic Planning Retreat (2018) 2018 Committees- Contract Review Committee Budget and Finance AAML/NBTA Joint Committee Institute for Family Law Associates Long Range Planning National Test (Vice Chair) Negotiation Seminar with Harvard PON (Co-Chair) Sponsorship (Vice Chair) Chair, Bounds of Advocacy Committee (2011-2012) Vice Chair, Bounds of Advocacy Committee (2010-2011) Mentor and Presenter at the Institute for Associate Training Section (2006-2018) Member, Membership Committee (2006-2012) Georgia Delegate to the Board of Governors (3 terms-last term 2009-2012) Ex Officio Member of the AAML Foundation Board (2010) Member of the AAML CLE Committee (2008) AAML Board of Review (2007 - 08) AAML Foundation Fellow Attended the AAML/AICPA Conference (2008) Interviewed on CNN for the AAML, May 2011 Faculty member, ABA Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute (2010)

AAML Chapter Positions Held

President, Georgia Chapter AAML (2011-2013) Vice Chair, Georgia Chapter AAML (2009-10) Secretary, Georgia Chapter AAML (2007-08) Chair, Court Operations and Case Management Committee of the Fulton County Family Division Task Force (2014-2016) Master, Charles Longstreet Weltner Family Law Inn of Court Board Member, Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice appointed by Governor Sonny Perdue (2004-2012) Served on the Juvenile Code Re-Write Commission (July 2006) Civil Rules Committee for the Family Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County

Legal Organizations

Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers; Fellow, International Academy of Family Lawyers; Diplomate in The American College of Family Trial Lawyers; Fellow in Litigation Counsel of America; Board Member, NBTA: Board Certified in Family Law Trail Advocacy by NBTA;  Master, Charles Longstreet Weltner Family Law Inn of Court; State Bar of Georgia Family Law Section, Chair, 2001-02, Executive Committee, 1998-2003, Family Law Study Committee, 1998-02; Atlanta Bar Family Law Section, Judicial Selection and Tenure Committee, 1998-2001; North Carolina State Bar Association; Member, Civil Rules Committee of the Fulton County Family Division.

CLE Presentations

Equity Compensation-Gold Mine or Land Mine; The Lost Art of the Jury Trial; Expert Witnesses Emerging Issues in Complex Financial Cases Discovery Issues and Sanctions (for the Superior Court ICJE) Pitfalls and Benefits of the Agreed Upon Expert QDROS and Retirement Benefits for Family Law Lawyers Heart and Hearth: Advocacy in Family Law Mediation The Misuse of Subpoenas and Hot Topics in E-Discovery for Family Law Misuse of Subpoenas Effective Use of Experts in Complex and High Asset Divorce Cases Unique Issues in High Asset Cases Trusted Advisor: Guidelines for Managing Client Expectations Family and Trial Law Convocation on Professionalism Custody Disputes Involving Personality Disordered Clients BUST’EM.COM: Using the Internet to Build Your Case with Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Etc. Assets Not Divisible by Law: Strategies for Teacher Retirement, State Pensions, and Other Troublesome But Significant Assets Prenuptial Agreements Techniques Drafting Winning Strategies for Custody Cases Negotiation of Agreements and Mediations Spousal Support in Georgia Divorce Proceedings Forgotten Techniques for Divorce Lawyers in the Civil Practice Act Hot Topics in Domestic Litigation Cross Examination and Impeachment The Advocacy of the Child Support Guidelines New Child Support Law in Practice Gross Income and the New Child Support Guidelines Personality Disorders on Parade: Strategies for Attorneys and Psychologists with Challenging Clients Nuts Bolts, Excel and Excedrin: A Primer for the New Child Support Guidelines