White-collar crime litigator is a former Assistant United States Attorney in Georgia’s Northern District
ATLANTA, GA (January 30, 2020) – Miller & Martin, PLLC, announces the addition of former Assistant U.S. Attorney Lynsey Barron to the firm’s Atlanta, Ga. office as a Member in its litigation department. Barron has significant trial and appellate experience practicing in the areas of white-collar criminal defense and government investigations.
Barron previously served as a federal prosecutor with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Atlanta, assigned to the Economic Fraud and Public Corruption sections. Immediately prior to joining Miller & Martin, Barron served as in-house Compliance, Data Privacy, and Cybersecurity counsel with a Fortune 50 global logistics and package delivery company, specifically handling internal investigations, ethics and compliance issues, and data privacy.
“Lynsey brings additional depth and experience to an area of our practice that is steadily growing,” said Miller & Martin Chairman Scott Parrish. “We are pleased that she selected our platform during this stage of her career.”
“We are continuously looking for top trial talent to add to our litigation team,” said Michael Kohler, Chairman of Miller & Martin’s Litigation department. “Lynsey’s body of work is very impressive, and we are thrilled to add her to our white collar and government investigations practice. Particularly as she pursues certification as a Certified Information Privacy Professional, we know she will be a tremendous resource to clients as part of our Privacy & Data Security team as well.”
Barron also had a career in politics before becoming an attorney. She served as a Legislative Assistant for a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and was the Staff Director for the Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues. Also, Barron was a federal lobbyist for the American Association of University Women and the March of Dimes.
She graduated from Emory University School of Law in 2009, where she is currently an adjunct professor and teaches courses on trial advocacy and Federal Prosecution Practice. She clerked for Judge Beverly B. Martin on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.