• Overview

    Overview

    Chase C. Lyndale is an associate in Bouhan Falligant’s litigation group, focusing his practice primarily in maritime, malpractice and professional liability, healthcare, and transportation and logistics. Chase joined Bouhan Falligant in the fall of 2020, after graduating from the University of Georgia School of Law Magna Cum Laude.

    At the University of Georgia, Chase was the treasurer and one of the founding members of the First-Generation Student Association, participated heavily in the UGA CEASE clinic, and the UGA Mediation Clinic. Outside of the classroom, Chase served as a summer associate for the UGA CEASE clinic and summered with Bouhan Falligant in the summer of 2019. Additionally, through the mediation clinic Chase was able to become a registered neutral with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution and has mediated for over 50 hours in the Athens-Clarke County Magistrate Court.

    During his time at the University of Georgia Chase received the CALI Award-Torts, was a Law School Association Scholar, and received the Custer-Tuggle Award for Excellence in Family Law. Additionally, he served as a research assistant for his tort’s professor and advanced legal writing professor. Through his work with his advanced legal writing professor Chase was able to become a contributing author on the “Legal Writing Manual.” Chase’s work and research was also used for a number of works the UGA Cease Clinic submitted to the Georgia Legislature and Legal Journals.

     

    Chase received his Bachelor of Science Magna Cum Laude in Psychology, with a History Minor, from the University of Georgia in 2016. Prior to attending the University of Georgia, Chase graduated from Benedictine Military School here in Savannah. When he is not in the office, Chase enjoys spending time with his wife Sarah Grace Seckinger and his black lab Lily.

  • Education & recognition

    Education & recognition

    • University of Georgia School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2020, magna cum laude
    • University of Georgia, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, History minor, 2016, magna cum laude
  • Publications & presentations

    Publications & presentations

    • Emma Hetherington; Jean Mangan; Chase Lyndale; Michael Nunnally; and Wilbanks Child Endangerment and Sexual Exploitation Clinic, University of Georgia School of Law, Statute of Limitations for Child Sexual Abuse Civil Lawsuits in Georgia (2019)
    • Emma Hetherington, Melina D. Lewis, Brian Atkinson, Brittany Blanchard, Kevin Tyler Dysart, Chase Lyndale, Devin Mashman, and Charles Lawson Turner, Civil Statutes of Limitation for Child Sexual Abuse and Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (2020)
    • Mangan, Jean; Lyndale, Chase; and Gravel, Gabrielle, “Legal Writing Manual” (2020)
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    & recognition
  3. publications
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Chase C. Lyndale is an associate in Bouhan Falligant’s litigation group, focusing his practice primarily in maritime, malpractice and professional liability, healthcare, and transportation and logistics. Chase joined Bouhan Falligant in the fall of 2020, after graduating from the University of Georgia School of Law Magna Cum Laude.

At the University of Georgia, Chase was the treasurer and one of the founding members of the First-Generation Student Association, participated heavily in the UGA CEASE clinic, and the UGA Mediation Clinic. Outside of the classroom, Chase served as a summer associate for the UGA CEASE clinic and summered with Bouhan Falligant in the summer of 2019. Additionally, through the mediation clinic Chase was able to become a registered neutral with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution and has mediated for over 50 hours in the Athens-Clarke County Magistrate Court.

During his time at the University of Georgia Chase received the CALI Award-Torts, was a Law School Association Scholar, and received the Custer-Tuggle Award for Excellence in Family Law. Additionally, he served as a research assistant for his tort’s professor and advanced legal writing professor. Through his work with his advanced legal writing professor Chase was able to become a contributing author on the “Legal Writing Manual.” Chase’s work and research was also used for a number of works the UGA Cease Clinic submitted to the Georgia Legislature and Legal Journals.

 

Chase received his Bachelor of Science Magna Cum Laude in Psychology, with a History Minor, from the University of Georgia in 2016. Prior to attending the University of Georgia, Chase graduated from Benedictine Military School here in Savannah. When he is not in the office, Chase enjoys spending time with his wife Sarah Grace Seckinger and his black lab Lily.

Education & recognition print to pdf

  • University of Georgia School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2020, magna cum laude
  • University of Georgia, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, History minor, 2016, magna cum laude

Activities & affiliations print to pdf

Publications & presentations print to pdf

  • Emma Hetherington; Jean Mangan; Chase Lyndale; Michael Nunnally; and Wilbanks Child Endangerment and Sexual Exploitation Clinic, University of Georgia School of Law, Statute of Limitations for Child Sexual Abuse Civil Lawsuits in Georgia (2019)
  • Emma Hetherington, Melina D. Lewis, Brian Atkinson, Brittany Blanchard, Kevin Tyler Dysart, Chase Lyndale, Devin Mashman, and Charles Lawson Turner, Civil Statutes of Limitation for Child Sexual Abuse and Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (2020)
  • Mangan, Jean; Lyndale, Chase; and Gravel, Gabrielle, “Legal Writing Manual” (2020)