Bradley Lingo

Bradley Lingo

Counsel, King & Spalding

Bradley J. Lingo is a counsel in King & Spalding’s Charlotte office.  He practices in the firm’s National Business Litigation Group.

Mr. Lingo has considerable experience guiding clients to successful resolutions of complex civil litigation matters.  His work has encompassed a broad array of trial and appellate matters, but in recent years, much of it has focused on defending accounting firms against claims of malpractice and securities fraud.  He has played a significant role in matters for three of the Big Four accounting firms.  He also has experience representing clients facing regulatory investigations, including investigations by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice. 

Mr. Lingo has maintained an active pro bono practice focusing on religious-liberties issues.  Accounts of pro bono work spearheaded by Mr. Lingo have appeared on the front pages of the New York Times, Washington Post, and Wall Street Journal.

Prior to joining King & Spalding, Mr. Lingo practiced in the Washington, D.C., office of Gibson Dunn and served as a law clerk to the Hon. Morris Sheppard Arnold of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.  He received his law degree, cum laude, from Harvard Law School, where he was an executive editor of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy.  He graduated first in his class and summa cum laude from Grove City College.  While there, he was elected student body vice-president and awarded the Calderwood Scholarship, which goes to the two rising seniors demonstrating outstanding scholarship, leadership, and service. 

Mr. Lingo currently serves as Chairman of the Federalist Society's Charlotte Chapter.  Super Lawyers named him one of North Carolina’s “Rising Stars” for 2014. He is admitted to practice in North Carolina and the District of Columbia.

  • J.D., cum laude, Harvard University
  • B.S., summa cum laude, Grove City College


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