Lindsay graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish. After college, she attended the Washington College of Law at American University in Washington, D.C. While in law school, Lindsay was an active member of the American University Law Review and a student attorney for the International Human Rights Law Clinic.
After graduating from law school, Lindsay clerked for the Honorable Tara J. Fentress and the Honorable Lori E. Parker at the Superior Court of the District of Columbia for two years. Judge Fentress served on a child abuse and neglect calendar while Judge Parker served on child abuse and neglect and domestic violence calendars. Throughout the clerkship, Lindsay was exposed to the serious issues affecting children and their families within the District of Columbia. Working with Judge Fentress and Judge Parker cemented Lindsay’s passion for bettering the lives of children and their families through her skills as an attorney.
After her clerkship, Lindsay joined a boutique family law firm in Washington, D.C., representing clients in D.C. and northern Virginia. At that firm, Lindsay gained first-hand experience working with clients involved in matters relating to divorce, property distribution, child support, child custody, spousal maintenance, domestic violence, and child abuse and neglect. She also participated in mediation and negotiation of these issues, advocating for amicable and beneficial solutions for her clients.
Lindsay joined Friday Milner Lambert Turner, PLLC as an associate in February 2015. She works closely with the partners, gaining knowledge and experience handling both straightforward and complex family law matters in Texas. As part of Friday Milner Lambert Turner, PLLC, Lindsay can aid clients in amicably resolving their disputes or zealously advocate for them in the courtroom when necessary. She strives to provide her clients efficient and effective representation during an uncertain and emotionally challenging period in their lives.
Locally, Lindsay is a member of the Family Law Section of the Texas Bar, the Family Law Section of the Austin Bar Association, and the Austin Young Lawyers Association. She also volunteers through Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas.
- New York, 2011
- District of Columbia, 2013
- Virginia, 2014
- Texas, 2014