Destiny Fulfilled: Lindsey Boney's Dedication Pays Off

Auburn University College of Liberal Arts Perspectives Magazine

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Interview by: Vicky Santos

Attending Auburn and becoming a leader are two things that seemed to be destined for Lindsey Boney. As a child, Boney loved the Tigers, and he and his family traveled from Mobile to Auburn for games. In his youth, Boney would argue with his brother about who would get to have Bo Jackson in Tecmo Bowl. His penchant for winning arguments drew speculation that he would be a good lawyer one day. As fate would have it, Boney attended Auburn, served as Auburn's SGA president, and became a successful attorney.

In our Q & A below, Boney, who graduated in 2001 with a bachelor's degree in history, talks about his leadership roles as a student while attending Auburn, the friendships and memories he made here, and how his path ultimately led him to become a partner at the law firm Bradley, where he represents clients from all over the world. He also talks about his involvement with the Innocence Project, an organization that works to exonerate those wrongly convicted.

Republished with permission. The full Q & A article, "Destiny Fulfilled: Lindsey Boney's Dedication Pays Off," was published by the Auburn University College of Liberal Arts' Fall 2020 edition of Perspectives Magazine.