Jordan N. Lindsey

A fierce litigator, and advocate. She deeply cares about each client and their legal outcomes.

With an impressive educational background, Ms. Lindsey graduated cum laude from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.

She earned a M.A. in counseling and human services from Louisiana Tech University and a B.A. in psychology from Michigan State University. Additionally, she obtained an International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma from the International Academy in Bloomfield Hills, MI.

Ms. Lindsey’s background in counseling and psychology has proven to be a valuable asset in her practice of law. Proudly serving as Vice President Elect on the Executive Board of the Women Lawyer’s Association of Michigan Tip of the Mitt Region, she is active in several Bar Associations throughout the State of Michigan. These include, but are not limited to, the Oakland County Bar Association, Macomb County Bar Association, Detroit Bar Association, Grand Traverse Leelanau Antrim Bar Association, and Women Lawyer’s Association of Michigan.

Ms. Lindsey is also an active member of the Real Property Law, Probate & Estate Planning, Family Law, and Children’s Law Sections of the State Bar of Michigan. Among several other honors, awards, and recognitions, she received national recognition by the National Academy of Family Law Attorneys as one of 2020’s Top 10 Under 40 Family Lawyers in the State of Michigan.

A proud Michigan native, Ms. Lindsey splits her time between two homes in metro-Detroit and the Grand Traverse areas. She is honored to serve clients throughout the entire state. When she’s not busy winning cases in court, Ms. Lindsey enjoys traveling, singing, writing music, and spending time with her two Dalmatians, Louie and Nowell, who assure you that there are 101 reasons to hire Jordan Lindsey for all your legal needs!


This important victory for community associations was codified by the Michigan Court of Appeals in its recent published opinion issued July 2, 2015 in the case of Great Lakes Shores v Bartley. The importance of this decision cannot be overemphasized for any community association that seeks to recoup its legal fees and costs in a collection matter. We are pleased that we were able to obtain this result and have it published so that it has precedential value.  View the decision


  • Brian R. Harris, Note, Private Road or Public Use? The Landlocked Property Dilemma: A Constitutional and Economic Analysis of Private Roads Acts, 80 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 149 (2002)


  • Real Estate
  • Construction Law
  • Commercial Law


  • Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Michigan
  • Juris Doctorate from the University of Michigan Law School


  • State Bar of Michigan


  • State of Michigan
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit