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Lindsay is a commercial litigator who brings experience across civil, criminal, constitutional, and administrative law.
Lindsay is an associate in our Litigation Group in Vancouver. She is developing a broad litigation practice and has a keen interest in cases with criminal/regulatory, constitutional, or administrative law dimensions. She maintains a finger on the pulse of emerging technologies, especially in litigation and fintech. Her recent publications include:
- “On the design of virtual courts: Creating user-centred, evidence-based spaces”, Advocate (2022) 80:3 (link); and
- “Flash Boys Class Actions: Civil Fraud, Conspiracy, and the Certifiability of High-Frequency Trading Cases in Canada”, Canadian Class Action Review (2021) 16:2 (link).
Lindsay received her J.D. from the University of British Columbia in 2020. She was the recipient of a number of awards, including:
- the Lawson Lundell LLP Prize in Constitutional Law;
- the Law Foundation Public Interest Award;
- the Harvey T. Strosberg Essay Prize in class actions;
- the Kenneth Douglas Landels Memorial Award; and
- a Top Oralist award at the Laskin Moot.
During law school, Lindsay was involved in various pro bono programs – such as the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program and the UBC Criminal Clinic – where she advocated for low-income clients across various civil, criminal, and administrative law matters. She also ran a number of criminal trials at the Provincial Court of British Columbia. As a lawyer, she maintains an active pro bono practice and volunteers regularly within her community, with a focus on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. She also serves on the CBABC’s Access to Justice Committee.
Before attending law school, Lindsay earned a B.Sc. with distinction from UBC’s Integrated Sciences program, where she studied Immunology, Neuroscience, and Genetics. Her interdisciplinary sciences background brings with it the ability to evaluate problems logically and systematically, with a view to the bigger picture. A former varsity athlete (UBC Thunderbirds, Alpine Ski Team), she remains engaged in Vancouver’s athletic community, most recently running the BMO Vancouver marathon.
Lindsay speaks English, French, and some Italian. She is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia, the Canadian Bar Association, the Vancouver Bar Association, and the Advocates’ Society. Before joining the firm as an associate lawyer, she clerked for five justices at the Supreme Court of British Columbia.