Lindsey Gergel

Associate Attorney |
Practice Areas: Municipal

Overview & Experience


Lindsey is driven by her passion for municipal law and her commitment to shaping thriving communities through her work. Her journey at FSBR began as a Summer Associate in 2021, where she quickly established herself and later became an Associate in 2022.

Lindsey’s expertise encompasses a broad spectrum of municipal law, from drafting and amending ordinances to examining marijuana establishment applications and defending municipal policies. She provides valuable legal perspectives on complex issues such as municipal assets, short-term rentals, public meetings, and permitting.

Through her work in zoning, Lindsey strives to shape communities while safeguarding residents’ well-being, seeking innovative solutions that protect both municipal clients’ interests and citizens’ welfare.

In her spare time, Lindsey finds solace in her love for reading and a deep appreciation for music across various genres. She enjoys roller skating and is an active member of a local roller derby team. She is also very interested in international current events and enjoys learning about many different countries and regions.


  • Contributed to the rewriting of a zoning ordinance.
  • Assisted in the review of special use permits for gravel pits, solar farms, and wind farms.
  • Assisted with a 2nd amendment case for a municipality.

Honors & Education


  • Michigan State University College of Law, J.D., cum laude
  • Michigan State University, B.A. in Political Science with honors—Prelaw


  • State Bar of Michigan


  • Jurisprudence Award in Copyright

Professional Activities


  • Jewish Bar Association of Michigan
  • Government Law Section


  • Volunteered at Lighthouse of Oakland County Food Bank, 2017