Lindsey graduated with Distinction from McGill University in 2007. She obtained her Juris Doctor from the UBC Faculty of Law in May 2012. Lindsey began working with Schuman Daltrop Basran & Robin in October 2011. She was called to the bar in May 2013 and has been working as an associate with the firm since that time.
While at law school, Lindsey worked as a research assistant in the area of family law, volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and the Law Students' Legal Advice Program, and conducted a family law research project for West Coast LEAF. Lindsey received both the Jacqueline Dearman Memorial Prize and the Hon. Thomas A. Dohm Q.C. Prize from the UBC Faculty of Law.
Lindsey has drafted papers for the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC on marriage and separation agreements, expert evidence, and the Family Law Act, and drafted a comprehensive paper on Business Valuations for the 2014 National Family Law Program conference. She has also assisted in editing a chapter of the Annotated Family Practice Manual, and in revising chapters in the Family Law Sourcebook for British Columbia on spousal support, costs, and family law agreements.
With experience at all levels of court in British Columbia, Lindsey has successfully represented clients on a range of family law issues, including relocations, child and spousal support (retroactive, ongoing, and reviews), division of family property and family debt, and parenting arrangements. Lindsey also has experience in negotiating and mediating resolutions to complex family law disputes.
Lindsey is currently a member in good standing of the Law Society of British Columbia and the Canadian Bar Association.
In her spare time, Lindsey enjoys running and has completed half-marathons in Montreal, Ottawa and Vancouver.