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undefinedLindsay D. Dragon

Senior Associate

Nevada, California & Hawaii
(702) 475-7964

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Lindsay D. Dragon, a native of Southern California, moved to Las Vegas in 2014 to pursue a career in law. Lindsay was admitted to the California bar after graduating from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2013 and admitted to the Nevada bar in 2014. In 2024, she was admitted to the Hawaii bar. While in law school, Lindsay served as a member on the Law Review, the Student Body Association, and the Sports Law Group. Lindsay joined Wright, Finlay & Zak as an associate attorney in April, 2017 and primarily focuses on real estate litigation, including lender and servicer liability defense, wrongful foreclosure defense, fair debt collection practices defense, and title disputes. Lindsay is active in the Las Vegas community and in her spare time enjoys travel, sports and spending time with her family.


  • University of California, Davis (B.A., Textiles and Clothing, Communication, 2009)
  • Thomas Jefferson School of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2013)

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