Dinsmore’s Colin H. Lindsay Named to American Bar Association Center

June 18, 2014News Releases
Dinsmore & Shohl’s Colin H. Lindsay has been appointed as a member of the Center for Racial and Ethnic Diversity by the President of the American Bar Association (ABA).

The Center for Racial and Ethnic Diversity is made up of four ABA groups that have a joint goal of promoting diversity and inclusion within the legal system. Lindsay will serve a one-year starting in August at the ABA’s 2014 Annual Meeting.

“It’s a great honor to receive this Presidential appointment. I have been committed to increasing diversity in the profession from the beginning of my career,” said Lindsay. “The profession has miles to go before it will achieve true diversity, and I’m looking forward to being a role where I can help effect change on a national level.”

Lindsay also represents the Louisville Bar Association (LBA) in the ABA’s House of Delegates and was recently re-elected to that position. He was an inaugural member of the LBA's diversity committee and served as a President of the Louisville Bar Association in 2009.

At Dinsmore, Lindsay is a Partner in the Litigation Department, primarily focusing on commercial and intellectual property litigation. He serves on the firm’s Diversity Committee. Lindsay has also been honored for his efforts to fight human trafficking. He was a 2013 recipient of the Liberation Award, bestowed by Kentucky Rescue and Restore for dedicated efforts to fight human trafficking. He is committed to provide legal representation to trafficking victims as well as helping to raise awareness about the problem of human trafficking.