Lincoln voters ended Mayor Chris Beutler's mayoral career on November 6th by approving a charter amendment that limits the Lincoln mayor to three consecutive terms. The April 2019 Lincoln primary election is the chance to advanice Cyndi Lamm to the May general election!
I have lived in and have seen our city work from all sides. These experiences helped to shape my perspective, my principles and my priorities. To really accomplish change in our city, good people have to step up. Lincoln has a need for tax relief, road repairs, affordable housing and transparency in city government.
Juris Doctor, With High Distinction in 2004 from the University of Nebraska College of Law
Honors included: Order of the Coif, Regents Scholarship recipient, awards in Contracts, Juvenile Law, Construction Law, and Advanced Trial Advocacy. She was an Executive Editor, Nebraska Law Review, a member of the College of Law National Moot Court Team and President of the Student Chapter NATA/ATLA
Associate of Arts at Southeast Community College
Bachelor of Arts, With High Distinction, from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, where she majored in Communication Studies and minored in Political Science and Ethnic Studies. Continuing her legal education remains a strong focus for Cyndi. In addition to continuing education courses each year, in July 2009 Cyndi attended and graduated from the intense, informative, and invigorating IADC Trial Academy, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
Cyndi launched out on her own after serving clients as a litigation attorney with the wellrespected firm of Baylor, Evnen, Curtiss, Grimit & Witt, LLP in Lincoln, Nebraska.
She served as a spokswoman for the Nebraska Family Council Inc. in 2006.
She believes that experience comes in many forms and from many sources. In addition to serving clients in litigation matters, Cyndi was a legal writing adjunct at the University of Nebraska College of Law from 2006 to 2014, served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Kenneth C. Stephan, justice of the Nebraska Supreme Court, and was an intern and Legislative Aide at the Nebraska Unicameral. She strives to remain active in her community, serving her church and the community.