Lindsey is a dedicated advocate for those who have experienced injury and loss. Before law school, Lindsey served as a community advocate, working to ensure that low-income tenants and workers could assert their legal rights despite financial barriers. During law school, she served as an author and Assistant Editor for the William Mitchell Law Review. She gained valuable trial experience as a certified student attorney in the William Mitchell Immigration Clinic, where she represented individuals seeking political asylum. Lindsey became skilled at working with clients and their loved ones to persuasively communicate their stories to decision makers.
Lindsey volunteered extensively through the Minnesota Justice Foundation, and also gained insight into the court system by working as a judicial extern for the Honorable Jeffrey J. Keyes of the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota.
Lindsey enjoys applying her background in client advocacy to the medical malpractice field. She feels it is an honor to serve her clients and to fight to bring them a sense of peace.