While at DU, the college's Law Review Online published her article, "Crowdfunding and Using Net Worth to Determine Investment Limits," which focused on Title III of the JOBS Act and its crowdfunding exemption. She also served as treasurer of the student-organized Elder Law Society and provided legal aid to the indigent through DU's Civil Litigation Clinic.
After serving as a legal intern for both the Denver City Attorney's Office and WhiteWave Foods, Lindsey spent the next four years as a contract attorney for Steese, Evans & Frankel, where she worked on trade secret and data protection related to software development. Next, she served as corporate compliance counsel for Legal OnRamp, where she analyzed complex software licensing, IT and consulting contracts to ensure compliance with Dodd-Frank regulation.
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