Bertha Justice Fellow
Region: United States and Global
Lindsay graduated from Harvard Law School in May of 2019, where she focused on human rights, international law, and social justice. Lindsay comes to EarthRights from the Center for Justice and Accountability, where she investigated and litigated human rights cases as a Legal Fellow. During law school, Lindsay spent two years with the International Human Rights Clinic assisting with the Mamani and Chiquita cases. She was the President of the Law and International Development Society, on the Executive Board of the HLS Advocates for Human Rights and the International Law Journal, and a research assistant at the Program on International Law and Armed Conflict. She has also interned with the Public International Law and Policy Group, Schonbrun, Seplow, Harris & Hoffman LLP, and Oxfam America, where she worked on civil and human rights litigation, tax justice, accountability for big pharma, and transitional justice. Lindsay was awarded the David Grossman Exemplary Clinical Student Team Award for her work in the human rights clinic and a Dean’s Award for Community Leadership for her contributions to the law school community. Prior to law school, Lindsay spent three years in Ghana working with municipal governments to improve public service provision. Lindsay is admitted to practice law in New York and the District of Columbia. When she isn’t lawyering, you can find Lindsay playing with her pup Roger, exploring country roads, and bumbling through new recipes.