Lindsey M. Gellar

Lindsey focuses her practice on patent infringement and commercial litigation.

Lindsey has a Bachelor of Science in Cell Biology and Biochemistry with minors in Arabic and Sociology from Bucknell University. She was a research assistant in a molecular virology lab studying the deformed wing virus (DWV) in honeybees. As an intern for former New York Assemblyman Michael LiPetri, she spearheaded a water quality improvement project that identified sources and types of pollutants and analyzed legislative remedies.

In law school, Lindsey served as Executive Editor of Articles of Drexel Law Review and as a member of the executive board of the Latin American Law Students Association. Her Note, Congress Is Reinstating the Color Line: How the Save America’s Pastime Act and the Judicial Antitrust Exemption Contribute to Racial Inequity in Professional Baseball, was published by Drexel Law Review and received the Emalee G. Welsh Award for Excellence in Legal Scholarship. As a fellow in the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Program, she taught Philadelphia high school students their Constitutional rights in and out of the classroom and coached students in a moot court competition. She interned for the Honorable Charles Ehrlich of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.