Lindsay Sain Jones is an Assistant Professor of Legal Studies at the Terry College of Business. Her research focuses on financial regulation, ethics and technology. Prior to joining the faculty, Jones practiced law in a transactional practice at Jones Day, where she primarily represented large financial institutions. Jones also has four years of industry experience as a financial analyst.
JD, University of Georgia, 2014
BBA, Georgia State University, 2007
Prior Professional Positions
Jones Day, Associate, 2014-2020
TriMont, Senior Associate, 2007-2011
Areas of Expertise
Financial Regulation, Ethics and Technology
Who’s Keeping Score?: Oversight of Consumer Credit Infrastructure (with Janine Hiller), 59 American Business Law Journal (forthcoming).
Aligning National Bank Priorities with the Public Interest: National Benefit Banks and a New Stakeholder Approach, 58 American Business Law Journal 5 (2021).
Putting the Wild Back in Wilderness: An Argument for a More Natural Approach to Wildlife Management in Wilderness, 6 George Washington Journal of Energy and Environmental Law 21 (2015).
The Problem with the Bureau of Land Management’s Delegation of Wildlife Management in Wilderness, 47 Georgia Law Review 1281 (2013).
So Long Howey: Solving the Post-Ripple CryptoReg Problem (early drafting phase)
Unfulfilled Promises of the FinTech Revolution (with Goldburn Maynard) (early drafting phase)
Ad hoc Reviewer, American Business Law Journal, 2019 - present