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Contact

404-841-8485 (phone)

678-541-5408 (fax)

lrodgers@cookpclaw.com (email)

 

Education

University of Georgia (B.S. 2004 cum laude) 

New York University (M.A. 2006)

Georgia State University College of Law (J.D. 2015)



Bar Admissions

Georgia, 2015

Tennessee, 2017



Licensed to Practice

U.S. District Court Middle District of Georgia, U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee, Supreme Court of Georgia, Court of Appeals of Georgia, Georgia State Courts, Tennessee State Courts

 

Affiliations

State Bar of Georgia

Georgia Trial Lawyers Assocation

Tennessee Bar Association

American Bar Association



Lindsey A. Rodgers

ATTORNEY
 

Lindsey A. Rodgers is an associate in the Atlanta office of Cook p.c. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Georgia State University College of Law and her undergraduate degrees in History and Political Science from the University of Georgia. Ms. Rodgers also earned a Masters Degree in International Relations from New York University. 

 

During law school, Ms. Rodgers served as Vice President of the Georgia State Moot Court Executive Board, individually finishing among the top three oralists in the Chicago Bar Association's National Moot Court Competition. Throughout law school, Ms. Rodgers gained valuable legal experience as a law clerk for Chief Administrative Law Judge Maxwell Wood, and as a legal intern for Fulton County Superior Court Judge John J. Goger and Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens. Under the Third Year Practice Act, Ms. Rodgers also obtained extensive courtroom experience in the DeKalb County District Attorney's office, where she handled  white collar cases and successfully assisted in the prosecution of a felony murder case.

 

Prior to entering law school, Ms. Rodgers was active in politics for eight years, working on numerous state and local political campaigns. In addition to her campaign work, Ms.Rodgers served as District Chief of Staff for New York City Council Member Daniel Garodnick and Chief of Staff to New York State Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal. In her role as senior associate at the lobbying firm of Connelly, McLaughlin & Woloz, Ms. Rodgers developed successful strategic communications campaigns to obtain government funding for clients, and facilitated the formation of public/private partnerships aimed at developing clients' business opportunities across New York State.