Lindsey M. JoostAssociate

Primary Office

200 West Forsyth Street
Suite 600
Jacksonville, FL 32202


904.328.6473 (fax)

Professional Profile

Lindsey Joost is an associate in Car Allison’s Jacksonville (FL) office. Her practice focuses on defending matters of insurance and personal injury.

With extensive knowledge in legal research, Lindsey ensures she’s well prepared while keeping her clients informed. She tailors her practice to the needs of her clients in the variety of cases she handles, ranging from transportation and trucking matters to premises liability.

Lindsey attended the University of Southern California for undergrad where she earned two Bachelor of Arts degrees: the first in philosophy, politics and law, and the second in narrative studies. While at USC, she participated in the Thematic Option Honors Program, Phi Alpha Delta and was on the Dean’s List every semester.

Her academic success continued in law school at the University of Florida where she obtained the merit-based Governor’s Scholarship and graduated cum laude. Lindsey also competed on the Alternative Dispute Resolution Team in negotiation and was an editor for UF’s Journal of Law and Public Policy.

One of Lindsey’s passions is playing basketball, something she’s enjoyed since elementary school and throughout her higher education. While in law school, she made the time to play on the intramural team known as the “Liti-gators.” Along with basketball, Lindsey stays active with kickboxing and in her free time enjoys woodworking.


June 2023, University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy, The Place For Illusions: Deepfake Technology and the Challenges of Regulating Unreality

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BA, University of Southern California

JD, University of Florida Levin College of Law, cum laude


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