Lindsey Corbitt is an experienced trial attorney who has spent her entire legal career working in criminal law. Prior to joining Eskew Law, Lindsey spent seven years at the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, where she practiced in many divisions, including Juvenile, Misdemeanor, OVWI, and Major Felony/Homicide. While at the prosecutor’s office, Lindsey tried more than 40 jury and bench trials, including complex major felony and homicide cases, and held supervisory roles as both a Director and Deputy Chief.
While Lindsey is a fierce litigator in the courtroom, she also has a reputation for showing compassion and empathy for all aspects of her clients’ lives when navigating the criminal justice system. Through her own life experiences, she knows the widespread impact criminal charges have on individual and their entire family.
A life-long Indiana resident, Lindsey is passionate about promoting a more fair and equitable justice system. Over the years, Lindsey has worked with many government agencies, organizations, and judges to train attorneys and law enforcement on employing more equitable policies and practices.
Lindsey received her J.D. from the Indiana University McKinney School of Law in 2014. She was elected Vice President of the Student Bar Association and served on the Dean’s Advisory Board. Before law school, Lindsey obtained a bachelor’s degree in Electronic Journalism from Butler University, where she was named the “Most Outstanding Student” by the Media Arts department in 2009, 2010, and 2011. While at Butler, she was also a member of the Women’s Division I Track & Field Team, specializing in the 400m hurdles.
Lindsey is an active member of the McKinney-Shepard Indianapolis Inn of Courts and a board member of the Butler University College of Communications Dean’s Advisory Board. During Lindsey’s free time, she loves to spend time with her two dogs, Mille, a Schnoodle, and Finn, a rescue Pitbull.
Activities & Affiliations
- Associate Member, McKinney-Shepard Indianapolis Inn of Court
- Board Member, Butler University College of Communications Dean’s Advisory Board