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B.A., Wheaton College, magna cum laude
J.D., Roger Williams University
Lindsay is an RWU Law Honors Program graduate from the class of 2022. While in law school, Lindsay served as an articles editor for RWU Law Review, research assistant for Professor Diamond, and as a student library assistant. She greatly enjoys legal research and advocating for equal access to justice; specifically, she is passionate about American Indian Law repatriation, cultural resources and sacred sites protection, and self-governance, all of which stems from her first career in cultural heritage preservation, management and advocacy. Lindsay graduated magna cum laude from Wheaton College (MA) in 2015 with her BA in Art History and Latin. Her studies at Wheaton focused on heritage management and the conservation of material culture, culminating in a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship after graduation titled Communing With The Ages: The Intersection of Art Conservation and Spirituality. In her free time, Lindsay enjoys playing the ukulele, cooking, and horror movies.