Lindsay Stevens practices in the firm’s Complex Litigation team, including mass torts litigation against pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers. Currently, Ms. Stevens is involved in several cases including fluoroquinolones (Levaquin, Cipro and Avelox), Fitbit, Granuflo, and other related matters.
Lindsay was born and raised in Southern California. She graduated with a BA from UC San Diego with honors from the Order of Omega, majoring in Human Development. Upon graduation, she began pursuing a legal career, working as a volunteer intern in the San Diego District Attorney’s Office, Juvenile Division. Ms. Stevens went on to law school at California Western School of Law where she received an Academic Merit Scholarship. While at California Western, she developed a passion for alternative dispute resolution and served as a student mediator at Juvenile Hall and Small Claims Court. She earned academic achievement awards for both her Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution classes, and was consistently on the Dean’s Honor List. Additionally, Lindsay served as Associate Editor of California Western’s Law Review. She received her Juris Doctor in 2007, graduating magna cum laude in the top 9% of her class.
Prior to joining Gomez Trial Attorneys, Ms. Stevens worked as a volunteer attorney for the San Diego Family Justice Center Foundation. She worked in the Foundation’s legal clinic, assisting victims of domestic violence obtain temporary and permanent restraining orders against their alleged abusers. Ms. Stevens is a member of the American Bar Association, San Diego Bar Association and Lawyers Club of San Diego.
Lindsay loves to cook, travel, paddleboard, and cheer on our San Diego Chargers. She is also dedicated to charities close to her heart including the American Cancer Society, Susan G. Komen, and Genesis Diez Ministries’ orphanage in Baja California. More than anything, Lindsay loves to spend time with her two beautiful daughters, husband and family.
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