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We are pleased to announce that Lindsey B. Abdalla has been selected as a 2014 Mid-South Rising Star Lawyer which will be featured in the Mid-South Super Lawyers magazine, December 2014 edition.Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. While up to five percent of the lawyers in the state are named to Super Lawyers, no more than 2.5 percent are named to the Rising Stars list.
​Lindsey Boyd will be speaking at the Advanced Family Law CLE Seminar hosted by the National Business Institute on July 25, 2013.  Her lectures will cover the following topics:  Advanced spousal and child support issues, effectively arguing contempt issues, and violence in the home.  Please click on the following link for registration and material purchasing information and additional details. NBI Advanced Family Law CLE Seminar.
Lindsey A. Boyd is a certified Mediator in the State of Mississippi and now provides mediation services for family law cases as an alternative dispute resolution.

Lindsey Boyd was quoted in the article titled, Mississippi Court Rules "Other Woman" Owes $88K for Marriage Breakup, on a Mississippi Court of Appeal's decision for an alienation of affection case. Click hereto read the article online.

​Lindsey Boyd spoke at the Domestic Violence Continuing Legal Education Seminar hosted by Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project.  For information about this seminar, click here.




Mississippi News Nathan’s Legacy Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization is dedicated to promoting Nathan’s Law which came into effect in Mississippi on July 1, 2011 under Senate Bill 2472 shown below.  Nathan’s Law stands for (N)ational (A)ssociation (To) (H)elp (A)nother (N)athan (S)urvive and places emphasis on school bus safety in Mississippi.   Nathan’s Legacy Foundation aims to protect children and create awareness about school bus safety in Mississippi as well as throughout the nation.  Information about the foundation as well as resources, educational material, and other assistance can be found on their website.

SB 2472:  “Nathan’s Law,” part of a broader bill that seeks to improve school bus safety. Would prohibit the use of handheld electronic devices while driving on school property when school is in session. Directs schools to post signs warning of ban. Passenger bus drivers would be barred from using a wireless communications device if a minor is on board. Fines: Up to $500.00 or $1,000.00 if an accident results.

HB 196:  A new domestic violence law allows use of global position monitoring system as a condition on bond. Click here to read the new bill.

SB 2426:  A new emergency assistance law makes it a misdemeanor for someone to prevent a victim from seeking emergency medical or law enforcement assistance.  Attorney General Hood said, “Although the law is not specific to domestic violence, this type of interference often occurs when the offender refuses to allow the victim to seek medical attention for treatment of injuries or yanks the phone cord out of the wall or tears up the cell phone to prevent the victim from calling 911 for help.  This also occurs in non-domestic offenses as well, such as a carjacking or a burglary in which the victim is prevented from seeking assistance.”  Click here to read further on the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office website.Type your paragraph here.