Lindsay A. Mullineaux was born and raised in Boulder, Colorado, and attended the University of Colorado - Boulder for her undergraduate degree. There, she graduated magna cum laude with a triple Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology, Economics, and English. During this time, she pursued her interest in law through her honors thesis, The Case for DNA: Early DNA Profiling in the Courtroom, in which she examined the controversial emergence of DNA in the legal sector and the ensuing battles over allowing DNA as admissible evidence. After undergrad, Lindsay spent five years working as a technical editor in Denver, Colorado.
In 2017, Lindsay moved to Missoula, Montana, where she began attending the Alexander Blewett III School of Law in 2018. During law school, Lindsay interned at Laird Cowley, PLLC, assisted with The Office of the State Public Defender student clinic, and worked as a staff member and an executive editor for the Montana Law Review. She graduated with honors in 2021. Lindsay is admitted to practice law in Montana state courts and practices in the areas of commercial litigation, construction litigation, employment law and business matters, personal injury litigation, and professional negligence litigation.
- ADA Disputes
- Commercial Litigation
- Construction Litigation
- Employment Law and Business Matters
- Personal Injury Litigation
- Professional Negligence
Juris Doctorate (J.D.), Alexander Blewett III School of Law (2021)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), University of Colorado - Boulder (2013)