Lindy Lauder is an Associate in the firm's Missoula office and is a member of the Creditor's Rights Practice Group. Her practice areas include: Creditor's Rights and Bankruptcy, Banking and Finance, and Commercial Litigation.
Lindy grew up in Fort Macleod, Alberta, Canada and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Lethbridge, where she was also a member of the women's Pronghorns basketball team. Lindy received her Juris Doctorate, Magna Cum Laude, from the University of Idaho College of Law, where she served as a member of the Idaho Law Review as well as the National Moot Court Team and the Bankruptcy Moot Court Team. Lindy also served as President of both the Board of Student Advocates and the Golf Club, and was a Legal Research and Writing teaching assistant.
Following law school, Lindy clerked for Chief Justice Roger S. Burdick at the Idaho Supreme Court for two years.
Lindy enjoys spending her free time golfing and playing basketball.
Prior Experience (Employment)
Law Clerk to Chief Justice Roger S. Burdick, Idaho Supreme Court, 2014-2016
Summer Associate, Crowley Fleck, 2013
Honors & Awards
American Bankruptcy Institute Award of Excellence, 2014
Second Place, Hon. Lloyd George Western Regional Duberstein Moot Court Competition, 2014
Best Brief, National Moot Court Competition, Regional Round, 2013
International Student Achievement Award, University of Idaho, 2013
Runner-up Best Brief, McNichols Moot Court Competition, 2012
Academic All-Canadian, 2006
AAU Basketball Coach, 2014-2015
State Bar of Montana
State Bar of Idaho
State Bar of Wyoming
North Dakota State Bar Association
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