Lindsey Bailey was born and raised in Pocahontas, Arkansas. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in political science from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. She is a 2014 graduate of the William H. Bowen UALR School of Law, where she served as assistant research editor on Law Review. During law school, she was named Arkansas’ 2013 Janet D. Steiger Fellow by the American Bar Association Antitrust Section and served in that capacity in the Arkansas Attorney General’s office.
After serving the Association of Arkansas Counties as a law clerk for two years beginning in 2012, it was an easy decision for Lindsey to continue serving the counties of Arkansas as a licensed attorney. Lindsey serves as General Counsel for the AAC, assisting county elected officials statewide, providing continuing education, and acting as liaison for local officials to state government.
Lindsey serves on the board of the Arkansas Society of Professional Lobbyists. In her spare time, Lindsey enjoys Razorback sports, karaoke, good food, and hanging out with her new husband, Nick, and her dachshund, Lola.