Cooper & Scully
Rachel Lindsay is a senior attorney at Cooper & Scully, P.C. in Dallas. Lindsay represents clients in a variety of litigation matters including: local government law, employment, business litigation, personal injury, employment, sports/entertainment, and insurance defense. Rachel’s professional experience includes an extensive background in sports and entertainment. She has worked for Stadium, the National Basketball Association, the National Sports Law Institute, Rice University Compliance Department, The University of Texas at Austin’s Media Relations Department, and Capital Sports and Entertainment. She additionally worked in the legal department for the Milwaukee Bucks, Inc. Rachel is an ambassador for the College Football Playoff Foundation, where she educates individuals about the mission of the foundation, the importance of the student-athlete, and the need to uplift teachers and the teaching profession. She is best known for her role as the first African-American lead in the franchise’s history on the thirteenth season of The Bachelorette.