Lindsey grew up in Colorado, where she attended Regis University and majored in Politics and Broadcast Journalism. She graduated Summa Cum Laude, made Dean’s List all eight semesters, and was the University’s Service Learning Coordinator, helping students at Regis find volunteer opportunities around the Denver-Metro area. During her time at Regis, Lindsey interned for the Denver City’s Attorney’s Office, where she first developed an interest in law. After completing her undergraduate studies, Lindsey moved to Miami to pursue law and attended the University of Miami Law School. During law school, Lindsey not only made the Dean’s List, but also received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for obtaining the highest grade in one of her courses. She also participated in the Litigation Skills Program offered by the University of Miami and completed law school in two and a half years.
Lindsey has donated her time to public service, working as a certified legal intern at both the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office, which provides counsel for indigent persons who are unable to pay for a private attorney, and the Miami Innocence Clinic, which provides counsel to help exonerate wrongly convicted individuals.
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