Lindsey focuses her practice on data privacy and security litigation and counseling.
Before joining Shook, Lindsey worked as an assistant attorney general at the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. In this role, she enforced Colorado’s data security laws and represented Colorado in numerous data privacy and security multi-state investigations. She also advised state entities on state and federal privacy and security laws and drafted internal agency policies, including incident-response plans. Before focusing her practice on privacy and data security, Lindsey worked as an assistant attorney general fellow in the State Services Section and Business and Licensing Section at the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. As a fellow, in addition to providing general advice to state entities, Lindsey represented numerous state entities in every stage of litigation.
Lindsey's previous experience also includes clerking for the Honorable Timothy M. Burgess of the U.S. District Court, District of Alaska, as well as the Honorable Yvonne Lamoureux, of the Anchorage Superior Court.
Lindsey is active in her community, as well. She is a member of the Military Spouse J.D. Network. She has provided pro bono legal services with Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network and Metro Volunteer Lawyers. Previous to becoming an attorney, Lindsey spent two years in Namibia where she worked as a United States Peace Corps volunteer. As a volunteer, Lindsey taught English and organized a leadership camp for Namibian teens.