Terri M. Lyndall


Administrative Assistant:

Donna Massey

Practice Areas:

Regulated Utilities
Governmental Relations


J.D., cum laude, Georgia State University College of Law,
B.A., cum laude, Centre College, 1983

Bar & Court Admissions:

United States Supreme Court
Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
Georgia Supreme Court
Georgia Court of Appeals
State Bar of Georgia
Lawyers Club of Atlanta


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Terri M. Lyndall

Terri Lyndall is a partner in the firm. Her practice focuses on regulated utilities and governmental relations. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Lyndall was law clerk to the Honorable Don A. Langham in Fulton Superior Court, a Staff attorney with the Consumers’ Utility Counsel and Executive Secretary of the Georgia Public Service Commission.

During her tenure with Judge Langham, Ms. Lyndall assisted in the preparation of the final order in the Georgia Power Company Plant Vogtle appeal from the Georgia Public Service Commission.  In 1990, she began working in the energy field as a staff attorney with the Office of Consumer Utility Counsel.  She regularly appeared before the Georgia Public Service Commission on behalf of residential and small commercial consumers in numerous administrative hearings.  Her primary responsibilities involved representation of consumer/small business interests in rate cases filed by Atlanta Gas Light Company and Georgia Power Company.  She was also involved with other regulatory issues such as integrated resource planning.  She has argued before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in Washington, D.C.

In 1993, Ms. Lyndall became the Executive Secretary of the Georgia Public Service Commission.  In that position, she assisted the Commissioners with individual projects and provided legal counsel to the Commissioners when necessary.

After entering private practice, Ms. Lyndall’s practice primarily focused on the deregulated natural gas market.  This work followed Georgia’s deregulation of natural gas pursuant to the Natural Gas Competition and Deregulation Act (“the Georgia Act”).  She represented clients in numerous rulemakings implementing the Georgia Act before the Georgia Public Service Commission, and she assisted in drafting and shepherding revisions to the Georgia Act through the General Assembly. 

She was appointed to the Georgia Supreme Court’s Blue Ribbon Commission on the Judiciary and the Georgia Supreme Court’s Commission on Children, Marriage and Family Law. She has also been named a Super Lawyer by Atlanta Magazine in 2009.