Carolyn Lindholm is a shareholder at the Los Angeles office of Bonne, Bridges, Mueller, O'Keefe & Nichols. Carolyn graduated from Occidental College with a B.A. Degree in comparative literature and film. She received her J.D. from Whittier College School of Law, in 1982. She completed the Defense Counsel Trial Academy, sponsored by the International Association of Defense Counsel.
For over thirty years, Carolyn has primarily handled the litigation and trial of cases alleging medical malpractice. Her area of specialty within medical malpractice has been the representation of orthopedic surgeons, including cases involving complex upper extremity or hand surgery, and spine surgery. A significant portion of her practice has increasingly involved the representation of physicians in all specialties before the Medical Board, nurses before the Board of Registered Nursing, and other healthcare professionals with issues involving their respective licensing boards. Carolyn is a member of the firm's Health Care Transaction & Compliance Practice Group. She also has experience in other fields of litigation, including construction defect and general liability.
When not practicing law, Carolyn trains and competes horses in dressage. She is licensed as a judge in dressage, in western dressage, and in eventing, and she often spends weekends judging at various horse shows and events.