About Crystle Jane Lindsey

Crystle Jane Lindsey is known for her dedicated and competitive representation as well as her warm and caring nature when it comes to clients. One of Crystle’s practice goals is to ensure that each and every client receives fierce, strategic and dedicated legal representation no matter the case. Crystle’s primary practice areas are bankruptcy law and civil litigation where she combines her love to assist those in need with her passion for financial reorganization and courtroom competitiveness. Crystle has proven the skills to both fully understand and sympathize with each individual client’s needs as well as provide passionate and aggressive representation.

Hailing originally from Charleston, South Carolina, Crystle has lived in southern California for the 7 years.  Crystle received a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of South Carolina (Columbia) in 2008.  She later went on to graduate in 2011 from the University of District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law, a top public interest school committed to public interest and using the law to help those in need and reshape communities.  While a law student, Crystle was a teaching assistant to the Honorable William C. Pryor for first-year criminal law and criminal procedure classes.  Additionally, Crystle was also a teaching assistant for second-year Property I and Property II classes.

Today, Crystle represents clients in primarily Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 cases in the Central District of California. Crystle also has a growing civil litigation practice and has successfully obtained six figure settlement agreements for clients in personal and property injury cases.  When she isn’t representing clients in the courtroom, Crystle enjoys spending time with her family in Charleston, South as well as in the Philippines. Crystle is also an avid world traveler and enjoys crisscrossing the globe experiencing new countries, cultures and adventures. A few of Crystle’s favorites countries to explore are Singapore, Mexico, Japan, Greece, and France.

“Being a lawyer is not merely a vocation. It is a public trust, and each of us has an obligation to give back to our communities.”